11 Hyperloop Lines Proposed for United States

Hyperloop One’s Global Challenge includes 11 routes in the United States, CleanTechnica reported. One of which is incredibly ambitious – 1,152 miles or 1,853.964 kilometers in length.

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Hyperloop would Replace Air Freight

Hyperloop would replace all of the air freight in five countries; Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and might generate $12 billion a year in revenue.

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Hyperloop will be Amazon Prime on Steroids

“It’s Amazon Prime on steroids,” Earle told Inverse. “You don’t have to use a fleet of airplanes, you don’t have to use warehouses outside of cities to store goods, because you have to truck them in to meet that one hour deadline that’s in the contract for Amazon Prime.”

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Travel from Pittsburgh to Chicago in Half An Hour for the Price of a Bus Ticket with Hyperloop

A person would be able to travel from Pittsburgh to Chicago in half an hour; a distance of 460.20 miles (740.62 kilometers), for less than the price of a bus ticket, if the Commission’s Hyperloop proposal becomes reality. The trip would cost around $54, (the current cost of a bus ticket between Pittsburgh and Chicago), The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.

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Five Ways you can invest in Hyperloop

An interesting investment would be to buy buildings, land or old houses in older cities that might be connected to population centers like New York via Hyperloop. A great example of such a city is Pueblo, Colorado, a decaying steel town full of old houses that is just 114 miles south of one of the nation’s most expensive markets; Denver.

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Hyperloop One plans to raise $160 Million for Aggressive Expansion Plans

Hyperloop One is looking into three new route proposals; one would run from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Paris, while another would connect the gambling mecca of Monaco and the resort city of Nice with Paris.

Forbes also mentioned a route in the Canadian province of Ontario but revealed no details. Ontario is Canada’s most populous province and is home the nation’s largest city; Toronto. A probable route for that Hyperloop might between Toronto and Canada’s capitol; Ottawa.

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Railroads’ Problems are Hyperloop’s Opportunity

The ongoing decline of coal and railroads might be a huge opportunity for Hyperloop. Hopefully some far-sighted executive will seize upon it.

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Will Insane Lawsuit Threaten Hyperloop’s Future?

The suit threatens Hyperloop One because it was brought by one of the company’s founders; Brogan BamBrogan, and three top managers. BamBrogan was the company’s first CEO and chief technology officer, who resigned last month. He was also the brains behind much of the organization’s technology.

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Will Hyperloop and Electric Cars mean the End of the Line for Oil?

The oil industry will survive the coming of Hyperloop and electric cars; but it will look nothing like the one we have known. Instead it will be smaller and only a few companies in it will make money. Smart investors will stay out of oil for the foreseeable future, unless they are looking for something to short.

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