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Footage and images courtesy of Virgin Hyperloop One, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission, Hyperloop TT, FR-EE, Mark Ovenden, Patrick Gruban, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Toby Toblerone, Mark McIntosh, Andrea Bens, Google Earth, Yang Baosen, Council of The European Union, Toyoaki Fujiwara, EU Observer, Frederick Florin, Daniel Roland, Oseveno, HS2 LTD, Roberto-Stuckert-Filho, Juan Mabromata, NASA and ISS, NOAA, Earl McGehee, Heidi Okla, Caleb George, Daniel L. Lu, Edward Burtynsky, Anda Chu, Bobak Ha’Eri, Transpod, Foster and Partners and DP World.

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27 thoughts on “10 Hyperloops That Will Change The World a technology that would change the world”

  1. Why is Canada always left out. Canada has major potential. Areas like Ontario (Toronto region), Alberta (Edmonton to Calgary and surrounding areas) and BC (Vancouver region). Also Canada's population is growing.

  2. Love this, although some loops don't make sense the way planned
    1). The EU loop doesn't make sense. It's already easy and fast to commute between Paris, Frankfurt, Benelux. A central European line would make more sense connecting Madrid, Paris, Berlin, Warsaw and eventually Moscow.
    2) The Mercosul line also doesn't make sense this way as it would leave out the industrial hubs in the South of Brazil. Better would be Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Porto Alegre, Curitiba, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro.
    3) The Golden Triangle in India doesn't make sense. Yes Calcutta is huge, but more important would be to connect Delhi and Mumbai with the IT hubs in the South (Bangalore, Hyderabad) and probably even Chennai.

  3. Interesting video. I do think that environmental factors would make it additionally difficult for California & Japan (both located in active earthquake zones).
    Let alone politics in most of these areas (we all know that countries with Conservative govts would not be friendly to progressive ideas like hyperloops). 🙁

  4. Well, in the U.S, Florida (the line would have to be above ground) and of course the Mid West with its spoke and wheel out of Chicago is left out. All than Rust Belt unviability, one assumes.

  5. B1M may not consider that all this connectivity may well push housing and living expenses in the 'lesser cities' up to Sydney and London levels, hyper loop fast. That's land economics for you. It's inevitable.

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