Learn from MACo Corporate Partner Northest Maglev about their superconducting magnetic levitation train.
Northeast Maglev is a U.S.-owned company based in Baltimore, Maryland committed to bringing the revolutionary Superconducting Maglev (SCMAGLEV) to the Northeast Corridor, the most congested transportation region in the country. The SCMAGLEV system is capable of speeds up to 311 miles per hour, and can link Washington and New York in just one hour.
311 MPH to a Brighter Future with Maglev
The superconducting magnetic levitation (SCMAGLEV) train is a revolutionary transportation system that will transform the Northeast Corridor. Powerful magnets levitate, guide, and propel the train through a dedicated guideway at speeds of up to 311 mph. The system offers economic and environmental benefits to Maryland. Construction and operation of the system would launch thousands of career and business opportunities throughout the region. Once constructed, the train will be crucial to diverting cars from roads, thus improving the region’s air quality. Additionally, riders would be able to travel between Washington, DC and Baltimore, Maryland in 15 minutes, with an intermediate stop at BWI/Thurgood Marshall Airport, connecting residents and travelers between two mid-Atlantic gems like never before. Ian Rainey, Senior Vice President for the Northeast Maglev, will share details about the technological, economic, and environmental benefits of the SCMAGLEV.”
Date/Time: Friday, August 19, 2022 11:30 AM − 12:00 PM
Location: Room 207
The 2022 MACo Summer Conference will be held at the Roland Powell Convention Center in Ocean City, MD from August 17-20. This year’s theme is “Taking Care of Business.” More information can be found on our conference website.
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