The EHC will house a 2.7 km test track with a cargo-scale tube, making it the first test center in Europe to demonstrate this revolutionary transport system at high speeds including lane switching.
Transport demand is set to triple by 2050, transport CO2 emissions are projected to grow by 60% by 2050.
— International Transport Forum
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Hyperloop is a new mode of transportation in which vehicles travel autonomously through a network of low-pressure tubes. Every trip is direct from any origin to any destination in the network without intermediate stops. It offers lower total cost of ownership, faster prefab installation, lower energy usage and emissions, easier integration into the environment, and higher transport capacity. Whereas as a trip from Amsterdam to Berlin would take 7 hours by car or rail, and 3 hours by air, including the waiting times, check-in, etc., hyperloop provides trip times within an hour.
Curious to learn more? Watch the video by Bloomberg: how the hyperloop may change more than just travel