Dinclix GroundWorks R&D has released details about its Hyperloop transportation project in India
Online PR News – 06-November-2016 – San Jose, CA – On October 29, the Indian-American B2B IT company Dinclix GroundWorks' subsidiary Dinclix GroundWorks R&D released details about its mega project named "DGWHyperloop" which is being planned in association with Hyperloop One (Hyperloop Technologies Inc.).
The project, which DGW R&D is preparing for Hyperloop One has been named "DGWHyperloop", the plan here is to connect the two largest cities of India, Delhi and Mumbai. The proposed corridor also passes through Indore and Jaipur, eventually forming a transport line between these cities. The travel time is expected to be near about 60 minutes.
There are three more routes considered by the firm, which includes a direct route between Mumbai and Delhi, Bangalore-Delhi and Chennai-Delhi.
The company says that the construction cost of this whole project would be near about $9 bn, which is lesser than the proposed Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project. Ticket prices (for each passenger) will be approximate $25 USD for this 820-mile stretched corridor. Cargo and freight can also be transported with an interval of 28-minutes between each carrier.
Acquiring land for the project, bypassing different policies of different states, license and slow speed of construction (in India) will still remain major challenges in the project, admitted Vivek Tiwari, who leads the project at the moment.
A synopsis of the research is available at http://dinclixgroundworks.com/hyperloop/Overview-Research.pdf.
Any organization, firm or individual interested in the project may contact DGW R&D at email@example.com