With Florida's High Speed Rail Maglev officially unfunded by Gov. Rick Scott, it's time to counter attack with a new workable, more practical, less costly proposal. While FHR had its sights on eventually building a state-wide Maglev system, beginning with a route from Tampa to Orlando International Airport, it might be possible to salvage the Central Florida portion of this project and terminate at Walt Disney World, instead of Tampa. A revised plan could take advantage of FHR studies and right of ways that have already been paid for and follow most of the original alignment, along the I-4 median. Stops could include Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Florida, Downtown Orlando, and Orlando International Airport. It would take much congestion off I-4, at least much of which that could be accounted for by tourists. It should have the support and political backing of the area's most influencial corporations and govnment authorities, including Walt Disney Enterprises, Comcast-NBC-Universal, Anheuser-Busch-Sea World, Wet and Wild, the International Drive business community, Downtown Orlando businesses, Church Street Station, City of Orlando, Orange County, and the Orlando International Airport Authority. A public-private partnership consisting of those organizations could pool the funds (at least in part) to build the system, sell bonds to cover the rest, and self-impose taxes to guarantee payment of those bonds. The system is also great for business since it will bring tourists to them directly and would attract many more because of convenience and the thrill of riding it is itself an attraction! The State of Florida could always join the group in the future and extend it into Tampa (as was planned by FHR) or the Space Coast and Port Authority. Who's in favor of organizing a movement to make this real?