Vision 2050 A global Hyperloop network

In 2050, it is predicted that 80% of all European citizens will live in cities. Being the birthplace of high-speed railway, with a strong appetite for innovation, Europe could connect all the major cities through 15,000 km of infrastructure. On a yearly basis, 550 million passengers could travel with Hyperloop, saving the planet 1227 million of CO2 tonnes. ​ Europe

In the United States and in Canada, the Transport sector accounts for a 3rd of all greenhouse gas emissions. With an 8700 miles long Hyperloop infrastructure across the North American continent, 513 million passengers could travel every year while reducing CO2 with 1145 tons. North America

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. India

The Arabian peninsula, especially the UAE and Saudi Arabia, are already rolling out some of the world´s most futuristic cities. A 4,500 km long infrastructure, allowing for 165 million passengers to travel by Hyperloop every year, while saving the atmosphere from 368 million tonnes of CO2, complements the current urban planning. Arabia

To further connect the mega-cities in China in 2050, following the unprecedented economic growth to today´s date, the vision is to allow for a 13,000 km long Hyperloop infrastructure to transport 478 million passengers annually and, as a result, save the atmosphere from 1063 million tonnes of CO2 on a yearly basis. China

The vision for Hyperloop infrastructure in Australia and in the ASEAN countries, 7,200 km in total, well matches the current willingness to make important investments in the transport networks, per year saving 589 million tonnes of CO2 and transporting 264 million passengers. ​ Australia & ASEAN

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