The Northeast MAGLEV CEO said if the project continues to move forward as planned and the state gives the green light to a route, construction could begin in late 2020.
A group of lawmakers from Prince George’s and Anne Arundel counties want Maryland’s transportation department to drop a route from consideration for a high-speed rail project that would connect Baltimore and D.C.
Local leaders are vowing to “to drive a stake in the heart,” of a high-speed train that would take travelers from D.C. to Baltimore in about 15 minutes.
With many residents worried about the impacts of a potential $10 billion high-speed maglev train that would connect D.C. and Baltimore in just 15 minutes, members of the Prince George’s County Council questioned the benefits of the project Tuesday.
Residents turned out in significant numbers at the Student Center at Bowie State University to catch a glimpse of the latest plans for a high-speed rail line between D.C. and Baltimore.
Maryland Republican Governor Larry Hogan’s priorities include building a new American Legion Bridge, and a magnetic levitation train between D.C. and Baltimore, but do not include Metro.
WASHINGTON — Some Marylanders may feel a sense of deja vu as Gov. Larry Hogan enthuses over maglev trains. Hogan seeks a $28 million grant to explore bringing the high-speed trains to Maryland after taking…