"On December 21 (Reuters) - The high-speed freight transportation company Hyperloop One will close as it failed to secure any contracts for the construction of a functional hyperloop, reported Bloomberg News on Thursday, citing people familiar with the situation. This event not only marks the end of one chapter but also serves as a careful reason to contemplate the future of transportation systems.
Based in Los Angeles, the company, which conducted the world's first passenger trip on a high-speed levitating capsule system in 2020, will sell its remaining assets, and the employment of the remaining staff will end on December 31 of this year, according to the report."
In turn, we suggest redirecting attention to innovations, namely - uSky Transport technology. Unlike traditional systems, uSky offers unique and efficient solutions for both passenger and freight transport. uSky Transport technology is designed for environmental sustainability, high performance, and comfortable travel.
Together, we can create a transportation future where innovations serve the well-being of the city and its residents.
An example of the uSky Transport line