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California - Nevada Interstate Maglev Project

Although not selected to participate in the next phase of the Maglev Deployment Program, Las Vegas and Los Angeles are looking to connect with each other, linking McCarran International and Los Angeles International airports.

A first part is the connection from Las Vegas to Primm (state border).


Route length: 56 km/35 miles
Stations: 2
Trip time: 11 minutes
Vehicles: 3 (8 sections each)
Investment cost (approx.): $ 1.3 billion

Alignment Las Vegas - Los Angeles