In undeveloped, fairly flat areas allowing for linear paths, essentially. Maglev trains are not currently compatible with conventional rail tracks, so new tracks must be built for the trains. Building train tracks is obviously most expensive in city-center where adjacent strips of land are not readily available for construction and where tracks must navigate existing buildings, rail, roads, etc. Maglev trains also cannot easily make sharp turns, so trains up mountainsides or along coastlines present unique problems.
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