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(From China Daily)
Beijing authorities have scotched rumours that two magnetic levitation (maglev) railways will be built this year.
Speculation had mounted that the capital would follow the example of Shanghai, which put the world's first commercial maglev train into operation in January.
A Shanghai-based newspaper reported earlier this month that Beijing is expected to begin the construction of a 26-kilometre maglev railway connecting the Beijing Capital International Airport with Dongzhimen, as well as a 2.2-kilometre line in Badaling.
"In fact, we have not approved any maglev line project and the would-be projects are still being …