The Hyperloop represents a new transportation mode, or more specifically, a sealed capsule inside a vacuum tube propelled by magnetic levitation
The Hyperloop is expected to be going as fast as 1080 kilometres per hour, or 670 miles per hour, which makes it faster than an airplane.
ET3 claims that initial systems would travel at the speed of 600 km/h (370 mph) for in state trips, and later will be developed to 6,500 km/h (4,000 mph, hypersonic speed) for international travel that will allow passenger or cargo travel from New York to Beijing in 2 hours.
The main barrier to this project is its high costs of its implementation. But can political impacts of this project justify the heavy costs of this project?
How will it changes the air transport industry?
In next articles we discuss future scenarios about consequences of international hyper-loop system.