Travelling Between Netherlands To Germany Just 90 Minutes

Travelling Between Netherlands To Germany Just 90 Minutes

29/04/2020 0 By M Zaman

In the nearer future, it will only take just 90 minutes to travel between Netherlands to Germany. But, many thanks to the hyperloop technology that will cut additional journey time.

Hyperloop technology will strengthen the position of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area (MRA) while “connecting economic areas such as the German Ruhr area”. According to a study from Hardt Hyperloop in collaboration with the province of North-Holland.

Alongside, there are several development perspectives have been explored for the MRA for 2040.

It is divided into four perspectives outline development scenarios in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area in the future. They are “the accessibility and connectivity with both national and international economic clusters “.

There are estimations that linking MRA to Europe will bring additional benefits for the economy.

Interior views of Hardt Hyperloop

Interior views of Hardt Hyperloop (Image: Hardt Hyperloop)

The group also studied on connections from Amsterdam to Groningen and Amsterdam to The Hague on international level On international level connections with Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Paris.

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This has resulted “hyperloop could play an important role in not only linking the MRA to the rest of the Netherlands, but with the whole of Europe as well.”

However, there certainties that the hyperloop technology will become popular in the upcoming future.

There were examinations against the hyperloop technology on short-haul flights. In return, the results were extremely outstanding.

For an instance, hyperloop technology will “enable Schiphol to offer sustainable, international routes to Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Brussels and Paris”.

Design of a Hyperloop station

Design of a Hyperloop station (Image: Hardt Hyperloop)

Moreover, it “offer more space for longer (inter-continental) flights” instead of short-haul flights.

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Jeroen Olthof, Deputy Mobility of the Province Noord Holland: “We know that people are willing to travel for a maximum of one hour to their work. With a high-speed hyperloop, you would be able to cover much greater distances in that time. This sounds very promising. That is why we will engage in discussions with other authorities to progress this research.”

This will cut additional legths of journey time to travel between Netherlands To Germany. There are additional information about Hardt Hyperloop technology availabe from here.

Furthermore, you will find additional information about the study from here.

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