The Hyperloop


The steel hyperloop tubes can be built either above or underground.

Whether over a grassy field, or under a park, any noise that is generated is suppressed by the tube, making the hyperloop less noisy than departing and landing airplanes, conventional cars on highways, or electric trains.


The infrastructure will utilize land that is already occupied by transportation modes, such as spaces around highways, or railroad tracks. For this reason, the cityscape will remain largely untouched.

It should also be noted that compared to other land transit, the hyperloop is protected from extreme weather conditions, preventing potential delays in commuting or leisure travel. 


The tubes are perfect platforms for mountable solar panels that will harvest energy from the sun during the daytime. This energy can be used during the operation of the hyperloop, and any surplus energy can be store into the electric grid for later use.


There will be various junctions in our network that works similar to that of on and off ramps in a highway system. This allows vehicles to change routes effortlessly by merging into another tube, and out of another.

They are also enable direct city-to-city connections without intermediary stops.