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The SCMAGLEV (superconducting magnetic levitation) Project, is a proposed high-speed rail line between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC, with an intermediate stop at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. Ultimately, the system will be extended to New York City. SCMAGLEV is the most advanced high-speed ground transportation system in the world. Traveling at a speed of 500 km/h (311mph) will enable a 15-minute trip between Washington, DC and Baltimore and a 1-hour trip between Washington, DC and New York.

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Maryland State Conference NAACP Endorses the Northeast Maglev High-Speed Rail Project.NAACP Maryland State Conference, June 28 2019Greater Baltimore Urban League supports and enters partnership with Northeast Maglev.Greater Baltimore Urban League, December 4 2018National Capital Baptist Convention Backs Northeast Maglev Project to Bring Economic Opportunity to Communities in NeedNational Capital Baptist Convention, November 1 2018Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail and North America’s Building Trades Unions Agree to Use Skilled Labor for Future SCMAGLEV ConstructionNortheast Maglev and BWRR, November 1 2017SCMAGLEV: The Japanese Technology That Will Revolutionize Intercity TransportGovernment of Japan, February 24 2017Maryland, Japan Formalize Trade Relationship with Memorandum of CooperationGovernment of Maryland, August 25 2016Baltimore Washington Rapid Rail and The Northeast Maglev Announce Approval of Railroad Franchise Request by the Maryland Public Service CommissionThe Northeast Maglev, November 17 2015Riding the Marvel of Transportation: Secretary Foxx’s Successful Trip to JapanEmbassy of Japan, November 12 2015Governor Larry Hogan Rides World’s Fastest Train in JapanMaryland Department of Transportation, June 4 2015Ambassador Kennedy rides SCMAGLEV with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, The Northeast Maglev Chairman & CEO Wayne RogersThe Northeast Maglev, April 14 2014Address by H.E. Mr. Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, at the New York Stock ExchangeGovernment of Japan, September 25 2013

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