The Emsland Transrapid Test Facility (TVE) is a testing site for Transrapid Maglevs in Emsland, Germany. The single track line runs between the villages of Dörpen and Lathen. Turning loops are at each end. The track is elevated for almost its entire length to allow continued farming and grazing of the land occupied. 

Until 2007, the trains often carried paying passengers. Maglevs were regularly running at up to 420 km/h. All runs, including those with passengers, were fully monitored, with the last car in the three car trains filled with monitoring computers and engineers. 

The construction began in 1980. The test site is currently run by the IABG Co. 

The track was the site of the 2006 Lathen maglev train accident. After that accident the runs were halted. 

Test runs with the new Transrapid 09 train resumed in summer 2008. It is unclear if new visitor rides will be possible again, as the testing program is due to end in 2009.  

As of 2008, the future of the test site is unclear.