For the 800 million people expected to live in urban areas by 2050, a Hyperloop infrastructure in India, covering 11,000 km, could play a huge difference for their well-being, allowing for 403 million passengers annually and effectively avoiding 900 million tonnes of Co2 per year. Vision for India 2050 Discover the Vision

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An Indian Hyperloop Network

The impact by 2050

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passengers travel each year
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tonnes of CO2 avoided

"There is true opportunity to leap some transportation technologies, either too pollutant or not fast enough, that will benefit the more than 8 billion passengers a year Indian railways moves. The time is right for India and the Hyperloop." "Hyperloop can help India on its transformation" India Quote Kaushik Pal - Head of India at Roadis Logo Roadsis

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