Georgia inventor Tony Morris has taken century-old technology – magnetic levitation – and put it into a train he believes can change the way we move people, around the world.
Maglev trains have been in operation in China and Japan for years, but they are extremely expensive.
Morris says his model is better. Instead of putting the expensive technology in the track, he has put it in the train.
Morris maintains that building low-cost tracks will finally make maglev trains a solution for cost-effective mass transit.
This week on Georgia Works Radio we talk to inventor Tony Morris from American Maglev and look at a Georgia made fuel that is powering Europe!