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(Source: USA Today, May 24, 2023)

There are typically two ways travelers move between Los Angeles and Las Vegas: By car, drivers risk sitting in traffic that can double the four-hour drive time. Air travel comes with the typical risks of lost luggage, canceled or delayed flights and high costs for a journey that takes roughly five hours door to door. A Miami-based company intends to offer a third option that sounds like something out of Switzerland or Japan: a high-speed train that will cover 218 miles between Las Vegas and the Los Angeles area in two hours and 10 minutes.

Full story: USA Today