Progress towards first US route
In 2018, HyperloopTT signed a public private partnership agreement with the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) to study a Great Lakes Hyperloop corridor. The Great Lakes Hyperloop has received support from over 80 regional stakeholders, including municipalities, government agencies and universities.
The study assessed the technical, financial and regulatory viability of the Chicago–Cleveland–Pittsburgh corridor. The 160+ page report, released December 2019, is the most comprehensive analysis of a commercial hyperloop system and proved the economic benefit of developing HyperloopTT passenger and freight systems along the corridor.
Download the Great Lakes Hyperloop Feasibility Study results.