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Our Sci-Fi Future: Elon Musk Inspires A Transportation Paradigm Shift (Infographic)

February 24th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor

From horses to camels to railroads to Interstate highways, humans have always sought faster and more convenient ways to move around the planet. The next decade or so will see the sort of radical advances in transportation technology that used to take a century. Electric vehicles represent only one of several new and improved modes of transport that will be coming into widespread use


Boring Company Has A Breakthrough — Literally!

November 20th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

The Boring Company's tunnel boring machine has broken through to the middle of the residential parking garage where the first station will be located. It has also created a new company called simply The Brick Company to sell the bricks made from the compressed earth left behind by the tunnel boring machine.


Could Apple’s Hometown Of Cupertino Get A Hyperloop?

September 27th, 2018 | by Jake Richardson

Only 10% of Apple's headquarters employees live in Cupertino, which means thousands are commuting there and adding to local congestion. In order to cut down on gridlock and tedious, time-consuming drives, the idea of building a local Hyperloop has been discussed


Better Than Oil — How Innovative Transport Might Become A Big Deal in UAE

May 30th, 2018 | by Sponsored Content

As recently as 20 years ago, 83% of the income in United Arab Emirates (UAE) was from the sale of oil, but as the economy grows and expands, the share that oil contributes to the GDP is only 29%. This means that UAE is well-positioned to lead the world in adoption of alternative technologies and urban mobility solutions.


Elon Musk Says Boring Company Will Compete To Build New Chicago Loop (#ElonTweets)

November 30th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

In the late 19th century, trolley tracks and an elevated railway ran around the entire circumference of the city of Chicago. The encircling infrastructure came to be known as The Loop. The name stuck and is still used to refer to the central part of downtown Chicago today. It may even have been in Elon Musk's subconscious mind the day he dreamed up his Hyperloop concept



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