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World’s Fully Functional Hyperloop Train may be Available in India

World’s Fully Functional Hyperloop Train may be Available in India

Many in the country will get a chance to travel on a train that will be running at 496 km per hour. This used to be a dream, which is now a reality. For example, you can travel from Mumbai to Pune in just 23 minutes.

The state of Maharashtra is the one who initiated this project. This hyperloop transport is said to be the first in the world and this will be a public infrastructure project, thus making India the first-ever country to have a fully functional Hyperloop train.

Elon Musk did dream about the Hyperloop train and it is VIRGIN that is making this dream come true. For now, the Virgin Hyperloop One is being finalized. But it is yet to make progress in the human passengers' division. 

A formal bidding process will be initiated by the Maharashtra government and will be happening for the Pune – to – Mumbai hyperloop train. Virgin Hyperloop wants to be the first-ever in the world and is rushing things to bring it to the market and hit the record books.

This hyperloop train may cut down the travel between Mumbai to Pune and make is just 23 minutes a piece of great news for every single person in India.

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