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Japan’s Wicked-Fast Maglev Train Moves Forward, Again

A magnetically levitated train line between Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka has reportedly been in development since as far back as the 1970s. So, it has had its stops and starts. The Central Japan Railway recently got a pretty big go-ahead to "to proceed with construction" from the Japanese government.
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