Table 1 - Maglev Corridors and Funding

Table 1 - Maglev Corridors and Funding

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State Maglev project Funds granted through FY 2002 (millions of dollars)
California Los Angeles International Airport-West Los Angeles-Union Station1 5.3
California-Nevada Anaheim-Las Vegas via Ontario, Barstow/Victorville, and Primm2 5.4
Florida Port Canaveral-Space Center-Titusville 4.2
Georgia-Tennessee Hartsfield-Atlanta International Airport-Chattanooga Municipal Airport4 4.2
Louisiana New Orleans Airport-Union Passenger Terminal-Lake Ponchartrain-St.Tammany Parish3 4.2
Maryland-Washington, DC Camden Yards, Baltimore-Baltimore-WashingtonInternational Airport-Union Station, Washington, DC5 11.6
Pennsylvania Pittsburgh International Airport-Pittsburgh-Monroeville-Greensburg6 15.9

1 California Maglev Project website, available at http://www.calmaglev.org, as of Sept. 17, 2001.

2 California-Nevada Interstate Maglev Project, "Overview," available at http://www.ci.las-vegas.nv.us/maglevproject/overview4.htm, as of Sept. 18, 2001.

3 U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration, "Transportation Secretary Announces $1.96 Million in Funding for New Orleans Maglev," press release, Mar. 3, 2000, available at http://www.fra.dot.gov/o/hsgt/hotfiles/maglev.htm, as of Sept. 17, 2001.

4 Atlanta to Chattanooga Maglev, "Overview," available at http://www.acmaglev.com/overview.htm, as of Sept. 17, 2001.

5 Baltimore-Washington Maglev Project, "Maglev Route: Corridor Overview," available at http://www.bwmaglev.com/about/ maglev_route.htm, as of Sept. 17, 2001.

6 The Pennsylvania Project, High Speed MAGLEV, project description, available at http://www.maglevpa.com/project.html, Sept. 17, 2001.

SOURCES: Routes: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration, "Table of High-Speed Rail and Maglev States and Corridors," available at http://www.fra.dot.gov/o/hsgt/states/index.htm, as of Sept. 15, 2001.

Funding: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration, Railroad Development, personal communication, Oct. 3, 2002.