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A Hyperloop Handbook for Public and Private Stakeholders

The hyperloop is a new high-speed transportation concept that uses a network of near-vacuum tubes in which vehicles,
pods, travel. These pods use (electro)magnets to move and levitate, reducing resistance forces. The hyperloop can therefore
travel with 1000 km/h with minimal electrical energy consumption. The hyperloop concept is, for this reason, often
named as a solution to finding a sustainable way of fast transportation, which is needed to reduce emissions caused by the
transportation sector.

The most challenges that the hyperloop still faces before implementation, lie in the social and economic aspects and the
decision-making process of investors and other stakeholders. This handbook aims to give stakeholders, and especially the
commissioning parties, an overview of the possible stakeholder and project organization. Moreover, this report can help
in the decision-making process by reviewing aspects of the hyperloop business case and discussing the expected social
and economic effects. This way, this report could bring the European hyperloop network a bit closer to realization.

By: Delft Hyperloop