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The Maglev Train [Proposed]

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On 9/16/2016 at 1:17 PM, sunshine said:

Everybody know that the most ideal route is from downtown go along I4 - Universal - Millenia - I drive - OCCC - Sea World and Disney with a branch to airport. You would not have ridersship issue and we can make money from it. But instead of bite the bullets on the cost, we divided with this rail lines from nowhere to nowhere.

Amen brother! Is there any glimmer of hope for this happening in parrale with Sunrail? Is FDOT making any provisions for such a possibility during I-4 widening?

An elevated train (Maglev or not) running along I-4 with an elevated platforms/stops in each of the key cities and attractions (Sanford-Lk Mary, Altamonte-436, Maitland, WinterPark-LeeRd, Downtown-Princeton, Downtown-SouthSt, Downtown-Kaley, Millenia-Conroy, Universal, Disney Springs, or Convention Center to MCO-Airport)...would be quite popular.

Wouldn't this create max utilization/accessibility for both tourists and locals, including those utilizing Orlando International Airport?

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On ‎8‎/‎26‎/‎2015 at 2:04 PM, HankStrong said:

This company has a rich history of promises.  They don't have a rich history of fulfilling them.

As I was saying...

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6 minutes ago, spenser1058 said:

In other news of transit that’s Not Ready For Prime Time, first reviews of Elon Musk’s Loop tunnel out in Hathorne, CA:

https://gizmodo.com/like-riding-on-a-dirt-road-first-reviews-of-elon-musks-1831197517/amp

From Gizmodo

The dude has spent rocket fuel boosters landing by themselves. I’m disposed to give him a doubt.

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