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Hyperloops Can Improve Travel, Global Economy

A commercial airplane can travel at a speed of 460 to 575 miles per hour, which no land vehicle can yet achieve. But hyperloops are envisioned to reach a speed of 700 miles per hour. What if this form of transportation could make it easy to commute to work in a different city every day? You would no longer have to pay hefty airfares. You could also choose a more economical city to live in. Hyperloops can make that possible. Not only that, you would not have to wait long hours at a train station or airport to reach your destination. The term ‘hyperloop’ was first coined by Elon Musk in 2013 and is soon becoming a reality. Watch more in this TechDivision video.

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