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Virgin Hyperloop One is hoping to move forward at 250 miles per hour.

360-mile route would connect Denver, Cheyenne, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Vail

It would bring in $2 billion in annual revenue, and do even more to boost the regional economy.

State-run space agency wants to go four times faster than an airliner

State-run space agency wants to go four times faster than an airliner.

Passengers not included

Passengers not included.

Nine metro areas over 700,000 now have no Amtrak or over-the-road bus service.

Why take a bus or Amtrak when you can drive? And so, those services have suffered.

Take a quick lap around the web with us for bite-sized briefings on (ahem) current events.

Here's what else is happening in the green car world.

Musk has suddenly decided to reverse course and begin working on his own Hyperloop platform.

The tube was drawn down to a near vacuum, to the air pressure at 200,000 feet altitude.

The Boring Company will build it underground, with stops in Philadelphia and Baltimore.

NYC to D.C. in 29 minutes.

Seoul to Pusan in 20 minutes, as opposed to three hours.

The company seeks 500 engineers and fabricators by year end.

Hyperloop One high-speed transportation project considers 11 routes ranging from 64 to 1,152 miles.

The capsule will be revealed in France in early 2018.

500-meter section of tube has been built outside Las Vegas.

The "DevLoop" test track is big enough for passengers.

Why have self-driving cars, when you can have self-flying cars?

'The Arrival Company' promises a 'unique take' on the hyperloop.

After a messy split with Hyperloop One, former employees start their own hyperloop company.

3 schools qualified for the first Hyperloop competition in Hawthorne, CA.

30 teams from around the world will put their designs to the test.

The test track is a mile-long vacuum tube in California.

Imagine near-supersonic travel from Bratislava to Brno, or from Seoul to Busan.

HTT wants to create an international connection, but Korea wants to develop hyperloop first.

Not that things look particularly easy moving forward...

A trip from Dubai to Abu Dhabi may take just 12 minutes.

This high-speed tube system can push transportation pods as fast as 750 miles per hour, twice as fast as a high-speed train.

"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads."

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