Hyperloop: This map shows the path the transport network of the future could take in Europe

Zaragoza will be a key point in the European Hyperloop project it intends to build An inter-European ultra-high-speed transport network. The idea stems from a “bullet train” concept that Elon Musk has talked about since 2012 and on which many companies across the old continent have decided to bet.

Last week, Stan de Caluwe, leader of the Hardt Hyperloop, visited the Aragonese capital to talk about the city’s role in the project. As he remarked in a press conference, the Spanish municipality was going to be an important part of the transport network and A strategic enclave for project testing.

The main investors in the offer are Hardt Hyperloop (Netherlands), Hyper Poland (Poland), Transpod (from Canada, but with offices in Italy and France) and Zelleros Hyperloop (Spain). Therefore, the network will connect various cities in these countries through an ultra-high-speed train that will further Between 700 km/h and 1,000 km/h.

Zelleros company came to share in February 2020 map showing connections that would be thanks to the hyperloop [es la imagen principal del artículo], Although plans may have changed slightly since then, the illustration showed their intention to offer tours connecting the capitals of various countries in Europe.

His proposal showed lines reaching Lisbon (Portugal), Madrid (Spain), Andorra la Vella (Andorra), Paris (France), Brussels (Belgium), Bellerine (Germany), etc. In addition, the map invited one to think that They didn’t close the doors for networks continuing beyond the continent.E, reaching Africa and Asia.

Maglev can reach 600 km/h.

More than 2 years have passed since the map Zelleros presented and the first clues about the Hyperloop network are emerging. In fact, the Zaragoza City Council mentioned other municipalities that were not even the capital of the country and which were going to stand out within the project, such as Munich (Germany) and Rotterdam (Netherlands).

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