Hyperloop; The Next Transport Coming a Decade at a Global Level

Hyperloop is considered the fifth means of transport. In this system, vehicles levitate and travel through a network of low-pressure tubes, minimizing air and ground friction, thus providing the ability to reach speeds up to 1000 km/h with a minimum energy cost and zero direct emissions. A consolidated European hyperloop network could reduce more than 7 million tonnes a year of GHG emissions, providing a fast and more sustainable solution to connect main cities and logistic hubs for distances between 400 and 1500 km. This transport system is called to be the backbone of the economic…

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