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Hyperloop One asks Indians to identify busy routes where it can bring ultra-fast transportation system

Bengaluru-Thiruvananthapuram-route

Bengaluru-Thiruvananthapuram-route
Bangalore Palace to Thiruvananthapuram Central Station in 40 minutes
This route links Bengaluru with Thiruvananthapuram, a major tech hub and the capital of the state of Kerala.
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Chennai-Bengaluru route.

Chennai-Bengaluru route.
Chennai Port to Bangalore International Tech Park in 20 minutes
This would connect Chennai to the International Tech Park in Bangalore, home to over 24,000 professionals working for 145 hi-tech companies.
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Mumbai-Chennai route.

Mumbai-Chennai route.
Gateway of India to Marina Beach, Chennai in 63 minutes
This route contains a number of stops along the way to connect cities in the heart of India with Mumbai and Chennai.
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Mumbai-Kolkata route.

Mumbai-Kolkata route.
South Mumbai (Old City Center) to Port of Kolkata in 190 minutes
This route takes a sweeping route from Mumbai to the Port of Kolkata, the country’s oldest operating port. In between, it stops at major port city Mangaluru, major South Indian city Chennai, and Hyderabad, the country’s fourth-largest city.

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Mumbai-New Delhi route.

Mumbai-New Delhi route.
This route would link India’s most populous city, Mumbai (home to over 12 million people) to New Delhi, the country’s capital. In between, the route stops at Indore, the commercial heart of the state of Madhya Pradesh, and Jaipur, which forms the “golden triangle” of Indian tourism along with Delhi and Agra.
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