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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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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How to get America on the Hyperloop Train

Americans need to ask themselves the question, do they want to lead the transportation revolution or not. If they do not other nations; like Russia, China or Saudi Arabia, will gladly volunteer for the job. America needs to get on the Hyperloop train or forget about global leadership.

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California High Speed Rail Delayed Again

Hyperloop might be the only thing that could save California’s dream of high speed rail from becoming a bureaucratic boondoggle and a national embarrassment. That could be the ultimate irony, because Musk originally proposed Hyperloop as an alternative to CHRSA. The billionaire was so disgusted by the slow speed and high cost of the original CHRSA rail proposals he devised an alternative.

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Lloyd: Hyperloop Could Be up and Running by 2020

Pishevar thinks Hyperloop will have its Kitty Hawk moment next year. Kitty Hawk refers to the tiny town on North Carolina’s outer banks where Orville and Wilbur Wright first successfully tested their airplane.

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First Hyperloop could be built in Persian Gulf, not the USA

Diamandis claims he could build a working hyperloop system that could travel the 90 miles between Abu Dhabi and Dubai in just 14.94 minutes. He told an audience at a CEO forum that he could have the system up and running in five years, Tech Insider reported.

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Hyperloop Technologies Has a Real CEO

“The engineering is a certainty,” Hyperloop Tech’s new CEO Rob Lloyd said on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street. “This is going to be about execution and turning Hyperloop into a reality.”

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