Possibility of Hyperloop Project on Mumbai-Pune-Hyderabad route has reduced

The State Government that changed this month has decided to wrap up the hyperloop proposal.

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MUMBAI (Metro Rail News): The high-speed rail project has been going on the 70% proposed hyperloop route for Mumbai-Pune-Hyderabad therefore it can be assumed that Maharashtra Government has wrapped up the hyperloop transportation project.

The State Government that changed this month has decided to wrap up the hyperloop proposal. The National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) decided to launch bullet trains at eight locations across the country. One of them is the Mumbai-Pune-Hyderabad project. This train will run at a speed of 250 to 320 km per hour.

“The distance from Mumbai to Hyderabad is about 711 km. A separate track will be laid for this railway. It has been approved by the Centre, the State, and the PMRDA. Apart from this, it has also been included in the PMRDA’s development plan. The high-speed railway line and the hyperloop route, which is an ambitious project of the Central Government, are almost 70% the same. Therefore, the possibility of the hyperloop transportation project has been reduced,” the PMRDA officials said.

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