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Branson will build the first hyperloop corridor in India: reports

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According to Virgin Brand founder Richard Branson, “I believe that Virgin Hyperloop One will affect the 21st century India as it did in the 20th century.” Under the National Hyperloop network, Pune-Mumbai Route is the most preferred destination for the first corridor. In the statement, Branson also said that the travel time between all major cities of India would be changed in two hours via hyperloop.

With the intention of setting up a hyperloop network at Pune-Mumbai Route, Branson has also tied up with the Maharashtra government. After the initial agreement, deep research will be done on the loss of the benefits of the project. Pune is about 150 km away from Mumbai. Currently, it takes about three hours to travel from Mumbai to Pune via train. Branson claims that the Hyperloop will make it a 25-minute journey.

According to Virgin Group, HyperLoop connects central Pune with Navi Mumbai International Airport and Mumbai City. According to the company, 150 million people travel annually on this route The company has also estimated the cost of the Hyperloop Corridor.

In 2013, Tesla’s chief Ellon Musk introduced the idea of fast travel by creating a vacuum in a tunnel. Later, their ideas were worn by others by others. In America, a company named Hyperloop One has also become. In October 2017, Virgin signed a contract with Hyperloop One and decided to move on to the full system hyperloop.

Virgin Hyperloop Forest thinks that this technique can be used as fast as the airplane on the ground. Under this technique, there is a capsule in a tunnel tube. Passengers will sit in this capsule. Using the magnetic force between the very low-pressure air, the capsule will rise above the track. After the low aerodynamic drag, the capsules will catch the speed of 1,125 kilometers per hour while sliding in the air.

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Rohit Dhyani
Rohit Dhyanihttp://www.porterfolio.net/dhyani_rohit
Media maven, creative thinker, traveler, foodie, independent-minded person, non-conformist, free-spirited. Observer, Explorer, Senior Correspondent, Writer, Nature Lover.
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