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Thread: Virgin Hyperloop One, passenger and/or freight transportation, Los Angeles, California, USA

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    Virgin Hyperloop One, passenger and/or freight transportation, Los Angeles, California, USA

    Inventor - Elon Musk

    Parent company - Virgin Group

    Website -

    Hyperloop One on Wikipedia

    Hyperloop on Wikipedia

    Chairman - Richard Branson

    CEO - Rob Lloyd

    Co-founder and CTO - Josh Giegel

    Co-founder - Shervin Pishevar


    DP World Cargospeed, hyperloop-enabled cargo systems to support the fast, sustainable and efficient delivery of palletised cargo

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    You are one step closer to riding in a hyperloop

    Published on May 11, 2016

    Hyperloop One successfully tested its propulsion system in the Nevada desert. It's an important step, but the journey to making the Hyperloop a reality has just begun.

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    Crazy-fast Hyperloop testing carried out in Las Vegas

    Published on May 11, 2016

    Open-air testing for the high-speed Hyperloop takes place in Sin City, bringing us one step closer to Elon Musk's vision.

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    Hyperloop One: Full scale system test 5-12-17

    Published on Jul 12, 2017

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    Watch the Hyperloop complete its first successful test ride

    Published on Jul 12, 2017

    The Hyperloop is one step closer to becoming a reality. If it works, the new form of transportation could mean a journey from LA to San Francisco city would take just 50 minutes.

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    Phase 2 test recap

    Published on Aug 2, 2017

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    How Hyperloop One's system becomes reality

    Published on Aug 2, 2017

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    Hyperloop One breaks speed record

    Published on Aug 2, 2017

    Hyperloop One just completed phase two of its full-scale Hyperloop system tests, achieving record speed and distance. The company’s super speed transit pod managed to go nearly the entire length of Hyperloop One’s test track in the Nevada desert, gliding using magnets. It got up to a top speed of 310 km per hour (nearly 192 mph), which is the highest recorded speed of any Hyperloop pod so far.

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    Hyperloop One's passenger test pod takes its first ride

    Published on Aug 2, 2017

    The maiden test voyage reached speeds of 192 mph.

    Just weeks after Hyperloop One demonstrated a working, albeit slow, version of its levitating sled, the company has made another leap forward. This time around, the startup has successfully tested its XP-1 passenger pod, reaching speeds of up to 192 mph and levitating off the track as it accelerated.

    XP-1 traveled for just over 300 meters before the brakes kicked in and it rolled to a gradual stop, hitting a top speed of 192 mph. That speed puts Hyperloop One's system a little bit ahead of Category 1 high-speed rail, which has a maximum running speed of 155mph, although it's not yet faster than Japan's bullet train.

    Then again, Hyperloop One's plan is to push its pods at speeds closer to 750 mph, but that's clearly going to be tough to test in a tube that's just 500 meters long. But the milestones, slow and steady, are being met, and it's clearly a demonstration of the company's strength that it is developing its prototypes for real.
    "Hyperloop One's passenger pod takes its first ride"
    The XP-1 hit a top speed of 192 mph in the DevLoop tube.

    by Daniel Cooper
    August 2, 2017

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    Hyperloop explained

    Published on Aug 2, 2017

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