This is What Transportation Looks Like in the Future



This is What Transportation Looks Like in the Future
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Have you ever considered how we’ll commute in the future to Point A and B? Well, with having to save our resources, time and money, there seems to be options. We’re going to show you some of them, which are in the making…so get ready as we move you through the future!

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This is What Transportation Looks Like in the Future

As our population grows, we are expecting more performance from our transportation infrastructures to accommodate us

“Welcome” To Our “This is What Transportation Looks Like in the Future”

We’ve shown you in previous videos how electric vehicles and autonomous driving will be the future and how not just those but other methods to will profoundly change our transport infrastructure. So, we’re going to show you more of what’s coming next in the exciting future of our transportation and commuting.

Can get enough of how these futuristic vehicles will dominate the future? Hang on, as our top method of commuting is so ultramodern, that you need the internet and not a driver to operate.

The Hyperloop – The idea of the Hyperloop was first envisioned by Elon Musk in twenty twelve. This future mode of transportation is designed for longer haul transportation between cities, countries or even continents. The principle of the Hyperloop is based on the movement of people in capsules or pods that travel in high speeds though tubes over long distances. Inside the tubes is a low-pressure environment that contains its own air, while the pods use magnetic levitation also known as MagLev technology for propulsion.

The low pressure and MagLev, create a very low friction environment allowing the pods to travel upwards of seven hundred miles per hour. Virgin Hyperloop One currently has a five-hundred-meter test track in Apex, Nevada, called the DevLoop. Hyperloop projects are now being considered in India, the US, the UK, Canada, and Mexico. Other examples include differing versions of autonomous MagLev trains suspended above city streets; cable cars far above urban skylines; hybrid cars with wings; electric bikes, skateboards and other personal mobility devices; autonomous busses; even Falcon nine Rockets to leverage the speed of space flight to get people around the globe quickly. Many of these are far into their development and even a wider implementation. I think I need to get through my fear of roller coasters first!

Self-driving Cars – As we’ve mentioned before, Self-driving cars are already one of the big buzz-phrases of the twenty first century. But Self Driving Car’s impact on the future could be amazing or a complete disaster! Why Autonomous Vehicles will change the future: First, the self-driving dystopia: If everyone replaces their private cars with a self-driving car, we’ll have the same number of cars. That will actually increase traffic, with people commuting to work then sending their car home, doubling the number of trips! On the other hand, AV’s make it very easy to share cars.

With a self-driving car, you’ll make a one-way trip, then the car will pick up another passenger to go somewhere else automatically. An AV will find the best route and pick up extra passengers on the way, making your trip cheaper. In short, self-driving cars can move the current shared-transport trend into overdrive, and help change our cities for the better, possibly. Because they can avoid pedestrians and cyclists by themselves, they may even help us rethink how we design our streets. This could be very interesting; a reverse infrastructure of cyclists and pedestrians having the control of city streets. – made big change here, thanks!

Underground Tunnels – Given the saturation of existing metropolitan spaces, underground roads could be the perfect solution for future urban transportation problems. Fifty-five percent of the world’s population live in urban areas, a figure that is expected to grow to sixty eight percent by twenty fifty, states a recent UN report. Given this, much of many major city spaces are dedicated to vehicular transit, with motorways and overpasses an increasingly familiar sight. Clearly, infrastructure solutions need to be found. The world’s first subterranean railway, the London Underground, opened in 1863, and today there are over 150 metro systems on the planet.

‘cont. – Watch until the end, as pods are truly futuristic and so fascinating to see!!

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