Maglev Trains: Eco Friendly High Speed Travel

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Maglev TrainChances are you’ve probably heard of a Maglev train before. It stands for ‘magnetic levitation’ and powers the train through magnetic force, rather than traditional engines in trains or planes. It also means that it would be smoother, quieter and faster – faster as in potentially 900 km/h or 600 mph. The best part about the trains is that they require no fossil fuels at all to transport people at ridiculously fast speeds. Currently there are only 6 existing Maglev systems in the world, but there are also 8 countries proposing systems to be implemented internationally, with 5 Maglev systems in the U.S. alone. Look forward to riding one of these great trains in the future.

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