Thursday, September 14, 2017

A Shelbyville Idea

Good luck with that!

A futuristic, hyper fast transportation system may soon be coming to Columbus, after the city was chosen as one of 10 locations across the world that won the Hyperloop One Global Challenge.

Think of the small plastic pods that are used at banks to send a client's deposit slip from their car to the bank teller. The Hyperloop works on a similar principle, but the pods are much larger, and can send people and goods at upwards of 600 miles per hour.

At least we don't hear about PRTs anymore.