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Amtrak Acela Train in Washington DC. - 3 Images by Loco Steve is marked with CC BY-SA 2.0.

Amtrak’s Acela Train

By: Henry Hung, Journalist
Imagine someone boarding a train, without any worry, knowing that they are about to enjoy luxuries of a lifetime. This is because they are riding on Amtrak's Acela train, America's fastest train.
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this is a image of Chūō Shinkanse train

Levitation Devices Are The Future

By: Nada Musa Debeket, Journalist
levitation is a cool way to spend your time with science and to travel around hovering
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Hyperloop at Launch Festival 2016 by Kevin Krejci is licensed under CC BY 2.0

What Is A Hyperloop

He made it make transportation faster but also in a eco-friendly way. The fastest hyperloop recorded was 670mph.
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Trains running on magnetism

Trains running on magnetism

How do magnetic trains work? Maglev is a unique system of train transportation, also known as a magnetic levitation train. Magnetic trains use two sets of magnets. One set is to repel and push the train...

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Hoversurf model

Flying to the Future…

By: Namish Gupta, Journalist
Ever since the movie, Back to The Future 2, was released, people have been dreaming of  hoverboards being in real life. Sadly, back then it was impossible for a concept like that to even exist in reality. Today however, is a different story.
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Alf White admiring a very old electric car at the Future of Transportation Solar Energy Society event at NAIT by Green Energy Futures is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Transportation

As time progress society gets more and more advanced. Who knows what we have in store for transportation for the years to come.
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Magnetic Trains

Magnetic Trains

By: Tyler Laughlin

  Magnetic trains are the new and only alternative for airplanes, buses, cars, boats, and normal trains. Only a few countries have a magnetic trains, magnetic trains are also known as Maglev...

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How Maglev Trains Work

How Maglev Trains Work

By: Arda Dogan

Trains are evolving like every other technology. The latest is the Maglev system. These trains reach the highest speeds in train industry, about 431 km/h (268 mph)! Here is how it works. If you've ever...

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