The Mumbai-Pune-Hyderabad high-speed rail corridor has been shown on about 70% of the proposed hyperloop route on the Pune-Mumbai route. The National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited will launch bullet trains at eight locations across India. One of them is the Mumbai-Pune-Hyderabad project. This train will travel at a speed of 250 kmph to 320 kmph.
So, it is clear that the Maharashtra Government has wrapped up the hyperloop transportation project. Meanwhile, there was a change in state government.
PMRDA officials say, “The distance from Mumbai to Hyderabad is about 720 km. A separate track will be laid for this route. It has been approved by the state, the Centre, and the PMRDA. The high-speed railway line and the hyperloop route, an ambitious project of the Central Government, are 70% the same. Hence, the possibility of the hyperloop transportation project has been reduced.”