Hyperloop Mexico Closer to Reality as CDMX-GDL Route Wins Global Comp

Hyperloop One has chosen Hyperloop Mexico (MexLoop) as one of the 10 most viable for construction in its global competition.

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Traveling between Mexico City and Guadalajara could soon become a painless 38-minute commute, as Hyperloop One chooses Hyperloop Mexico (MexLoop) as one of the 10 most viable for construction in its global competition.

The 532-kilometer route joined other winners in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and India, each selected as finalists from 2,600 submissions.

Fernando Romero, son-in-law of businessman Carlos Slim, leads the consortium that proposed the route, which will now now collaborate with Hyperloop One to determine its commercial viability.

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If deemed feasible, applications will begin for the relevant permissions to build the project, and commuters and tourists could be experiencing the future of travel not long afterwards.

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