Posted by Staff Writer on 1/31/2018 to Tech Business
IncSmart Missouri (Small Business and Startups) - There could be a hyperloop in Missouri's future. The hyperloop will give commuters between Kansas City to St. Louis at 700 mile per hour ride. The Missouri partnership will be a public-private partnership of Missouri scientists, builders and regulators. The state's congested I-70 corridor between Kansas City and St. Louis will benefit from the new form of transportation. Federal officials still need to determine whether the hyperloop system is safe enough for both passenger and cargo. The study will take between six and nine months.
The Missouri plan would study the Elon Musk-inspired transportation system. The study will be conducted by Missouri engineering firm Black & Veatch, the University of Missouri and Virgin Hyperloop One, one of a handful of hyperloop companies pursuing the technology. Virgin Group was founded by transportation adventurer Richard Branson. The study will take between six and nine months. The hyperloop tight vacuum seals of its tubes, will allow magnetically levitated pods, to carrying people and goods through a frictionless environment. The Missouri study allows state officials to explore transportation options for the future without breaking the bank. The are pleased that the private sector is taking the helm and MODOT (Missouri Department of Transportation) will be able to participate without using Missouri taxpayer dollars.
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