Aecom team unveils design for Denver Airport hyperloop
The public-private partnership among Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Virgin Hyperloop One and Aecom has released an architectural rendering of the portal, located at the Denver International Airport, which features a public gathering plaza as well as subterranean, green-roof infrastructure that integrates into the landscape and emerging smart city developments.
“The partnership between Virgin Hyperloop One and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is an exciting one,” said Amy Ford, Chief of Advanced Mobility for CDOT. “We have received some very positive feedback from interested Colorado stakeholders during and following our outreach event. To me it’s apparent that Colorado citizens are interested in the safety and mobility benefits a hyperloop system could bring to Colorado.”
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