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The Alternatives Report is out.  It is important that this document be read and responded to.  The proposed path modifications and the placement of other infrastructure (vents, maintenance yards, etc) are also now present.  The new paths can be viewed on bwmaglev.info.  Once there, go to the Project Documents tab, and then select Interactive Map.  To view the Alternatives Report, follow the directions above, but select the new Alternatives Report, instead of the Interactive Map.

Over the next few days, we will be conducting analysis on the updated proposed paths as shown on the interactive map site, under "bwmaglev.info". This analysis will list all property parcels that intersect with the proposed Right of Way (ROW) for each train path. We will also provide, for those properties within 500 feet of any Maglev infrastructure (path, portal, Venting Facility, Rolling Stock Yard, etc), the distance of those property parcels from the closest rail infrastructure. For those property owners that fall into the "intersect" category, this will mean that your property is directly impacted by the Maglev ROW.



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A grassroots group of citizens against this proposed Super Conducting Magnetic Levitation (SCMaglev) train project between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC

The project has cleared the scoping hurdle and an Environmental Impact Study is currently underway. Baltimore Washington Rapid Rail (BWRR) has stated that construction could start as early as 2019 if the study proceeds as scheduled.  NOW is the time to make your voice heard so that we can stop this project before it gets any further.  Join Us. Get Involved.
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Why  SCMaglev is a Concern

Questions remain unanswered. Despite the claims being made of the SCMaglev between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC, there may never be economic or jobs benefit  for the local communities, counties or the state of Maryland. There are few, if any, direct economic benefits to those who live along the proposed routes.  There are no improvements to commuter traffic congestion (automobile or rail).  There will be disruptions and potential dislocations of properties in established communities.  There is the possibility of distrubing and irreparably harming historic sites, recreational areas, and open spaces.  There is also the possible adverse environmental impact. ​​


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