If you believe the hype, the Hyperloop is the future of long-distance travel. For a while, however, it looked like that future would arrive first outside of the United States.
Since its first public test run in Nevada in May 2016, Los Angeles-based Hyperloop One has announced feasibility studies across the globe, in the United Arab Emirates, the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, the U.K., and Russia. While much of the initial discussion when the company was founded in 2014 focused on a potential Los Angeles-San Francisco route, the company’s blueprint has been bereft of any formal plan to deeply explore development in the U.S.
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Hyperloop is a new way to move people and things at airline speeds for the price of a bus ticket. It’s on-demand, energy-efficient and safe. Think: broadband for transportation.