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Brno is approximately 80 miles north from Bratislava and 140 miles south of Prague. The city is considered an international crossroads of railways and highways. Brno’s main railway station sees 500 trains and 50,000 passengers daily and is currently operating at capacity.
“Connecting Brno with Prague, and the existing efforts in Bratislava along with other cities in the region with the next generation of transportation will set the stage for a new era,” said Mayor Petr Vokřál. “We look forward to working with HTT to continue to bring innovation and opportunity to the city of Brno.”
“Since we have solved all the technical issues, it is now crucial for us to collaborate with governments around the world,” said HTT CEO Dirk Ahlborn. “It is critical for Hyperloop to be working directly with regulators at this stage of development, new rules and frameworks will need to be written as we begin building out systems in Slovakia, the Emirates and several other to come.”
“The industrial age came early to Central Eastern Europe which has one of the longest running rail systems on the planet,” said HTT Chairman, Bibop Gresta. “As a global economic leader creating a Hyperloop network here will continue to bring connectivity and prosperity the region.”
Austrian company Catalysts has been supporting the plans of Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) for 2 years as an investor and software development partner. Together with Silicon Valley companies, HTT and Catalysts develop the “Hyperloop Digital Marketplace” for future travelling.
Visit Catalysts at the Open Day on March 2, 2017 (details and registration). We’ll inform you extensively and clearly about Hyperloop.
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