A Dutch company called Hardt Hyperloop announced that the company may soon be able to construct a low-energy, super fast train that could take travelers from Paris to Amsterdam in about 90 minutes, Lonely Planet reported.
The company is dedicated to working on urban decongestion, overpopulation, better access to rural areas, and “all of which inhibits human potential,” according to the Hardt Hyperloop website.
According to the company’s research, the new train could be a reality for many travelers as soon as 2028, Lonely Planet reported. The company has been focusing on five major routes that could potentially change how people commute and travel on a daily basis.
“What makes it so unique is its high capacity, low energy use, and high speeds that indeed shorten travel times substantially. A trip between Amsterdam and Paris, for example, will only be 90 minutes, while it will be just like catching a train,” a representative of Hardt Hyperloop told Lonely Planet.