Well, there is currently a test-Maglev run by company General Atomics in Southern California, but it is really just a proof of concept and isn’t, of course, used for actual transportation. There are many propositions for high-speed trains, including Maglev trains, across the US, but they’re just propositions (aside from the Amtrak Acela, which is really just a baby high speed train on the global scale, and isn’t Maglev).
There are, however, real and tangible plans for what is called the Baltimore-Washington Maglev Project, which would link Baltimore and Washington DC with a high-speed Maglev train. It is not in the construction phase, and is still largely conceptual. Click the second link below to learn more.
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