Now that I have never had the time to experience the maglev train in Schanghai yet (yes I'm always behind everything), Germany has now actualized to start the plan of building another new rail link from Müchen to its airport; notwithstanding last year's heated debate over it due to September 2006 train crash. Which makes me want to go there right now and take it just as I talk.
"According to the BBC, the Bavarian state government has announced that it has signed an agreement with Deutsche Bahn, the German state railway system, and the Transrapid consortium, to provide a maglev railway between central Munich and its airport. The only other maglev in full operation at the moment is in Shanghai, again as a city-to-airport service. The cost of the system is estimated at $2.6 billion. No completion date has been announced."
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