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Baltimore-Washington maglev could break ground in three years, CEO says (access required)

No one will ever accuse Wayne Rogers of being a pessimist. Rogers, chairman of Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail, which wants to build a magnetic levitation train that travels 300 mph and moves passengers between the two cities in 15 minutes, believes the project could break ground in as little as three to four years. “In a long-term project it ...

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