Along with the increase of population and expansion in living,zones,automobiles and air services cannot afford mass transit anymore. Accordingly, demands for innovative means of public transportation have increased. Inorder to appropriately serve the public, such a new-generation transportation system must meet certain requirements such as rapidity, reliability, and safety. In addition, it should be convenient, environment-friendly, low maintenance, compact,light-weight, unattained, and suited to mass-transportation. The magnetic levitation (Maglev) train is one of the best candidates to satisfy those requirements. While a conventional train drives forward by using friction between wheels and rails, the Maglev train replaces wheels by electromagnets and levitates on the guide way, producing propulsion force electromechanically without any contact.