What if there is a new form of transport?

What if there is a new, ultra-high-speed form of ground transport that:

  • Moves both passengers and container freight.
  • Transforms both time and distance.
  • Allows you to be anywhere, move anything, and connect everyone in a way never before thought possible.
  • Is faster, better, cheaper, and greener than other forms of modern transport.

What if tomorrow’s transport arrived today?

Ultraspeed Australia is working with Hyperloop One on a radically new transport project for Australia.

Hyperloop transport will have a profound and positive transformational effect on how we think about time and distance, and on how we live, work and travel – a ground breaking project that that will:

  • Better integrate and increase access to and connectivity between our capital cities and regional centres.
  • Ease congestion and the increasing pressure on transport, housing and other infrastructure in Sydney and Melbourne.
  • Remove capacity and congestion issues around key metropolitan ports.
  • Open up opportunities for, and support development of, our regional centres to grow and to attract residents, business, skills and services.
  • Provide an alternative to, and reduce reliance on, road transport, including road freight.
  • Improve the movement of people and freight along the east coast, for individuals and industry alike.
  • Alleviate pressure on the Sydney-Canberra-Melbourne air services corridor, one the busiest in the world.
  • Leapfrog other countries’ investment in conventional wheel-on-steel high-speed rail.
  • Put Australia at the forefront of transport technology and enhance Australia’s reputation as an innovative country.

Like to Know More?

About

About

Ultraspeed Australia is investigating feasibility of a 1,200 Km/h ground transport system on Australia’s East Coast

Connect

Connect

Our aim is to increase integration and connectivity between our capital cities and regional centres.

Technology

Technology

Hyperloop is a new way to move people or freight anywhere