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High Speed Surface Transport

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High Speed Surface Transport

An HSST train at the YES'89 Exhibition, Yokohama, 1989
A Linimo HSST-100L train

High Speed Surface Transport (HSST) is a Japanese maglev train system which uses electromagnetic levitation technology.[1] The Linimo line in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, uses a descendant of HSST technology.

See also


  1. ^ japanese high speed surface transportation maglev technology (hsst)

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