The Delhi-Mumbai Hyperloop Corridor is DGWHyperloop's proposed route for India's first Hyperloop transportation system. Between Delhi and Mumbai, DGWHyperloop will reduce the traverse time from 3 hours to 62 minutes.
Delhi-Mumbai is the busiest domestic air-route in India and seventh busiest in the world. The traffic is only expected to increase in upcoming years.New Delhi- the national capital and Mumbai, the commercial capital are the two of biggest cities in the world, also being the cities with one of the busiest railway and roadway traffic across the country. This corridor will determine a Hyperloop network linking Delhi and Mumbai via crossing major cities like Gurugram (Haryana), Jaipur, Kota (Rajasthan) and Indore (Madhya Pradesh), achieving a long-term coordinated economic and spatial development by joining two essential cores of Indian Economy. This corridor will solely connect economy of more than $500 billion.
DGWHyperloop's Hyperloop system alongside the DMHC will generate 35% more electricity than it requires while fulfilling the basic need of high speed transportation of thousands of individuals. The electricity could be sold to states in the region.Central part of any country plays important role in its logistics industry, and Indore is a major financial hub of central India. A big proportion of the imported goods in Central India get distributed through this city. By connecting Indore to the corridor, cargo transportation in the central region of the country will become easier than ever before. Jaipur is the biggest city of the biggest state in India (area wise). The corridor will make a huge impact on this city and the state of Rajasthan in various ways. In terms of logistics, the city and the state will get influenced in a same manner as Indore. Gurgaon, being one of the biggest industrial hub of the country. This puts the city in a dire need of a good transportation system and Hyperloop will surely make it up to the requirements of this city. By covering Gurgaon this corridor will make a huge impact on transportation of domestic good in the country. Via Delhi and Mumbai, huge proportion of goods in the country enters through these two centers. Hyperloop will make cargo transportation very easy in the regions it passes through. Other than this, the project is beneficial because it can transport cargo at cheaper prices than airways, with being comparatively faster.
DGWHyperloop's Hyperloop system alongside the DMHC will generate 35% more electricity than it requires while fulfilling the basic need of high speed transportation of thousands of individuals. The electricity could be sold to states in the region.The project will have a huge impact on the tourism industry in the country. There are a lot of reasons to back this statement. First of all, the project connects the two biggest cities in the country. These two cities are the prime spot from where the foreign visitors enter India. We are connecting these two cities and that too by passing from the states like Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. Maharashtra attracts highest number of foreign tourist annually than any other state in India. If we talk about Rajasthan, tourism is a major industry of Rajasthan and this is one of the main reason why we have Jaipur as a stop on our corridor. Madhya Pradesh is also among top tourist attracting state in the country. All these three states, we are talking about right now are very diverse having various tourist spots, having several places cited as UNESCO World Heritage Site. The list of these sites includes Ajanta, Elephant and Ellora caves, Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Khajuraho, Sanchi, and Bhimbetka and the list goes on. Mumbai and Delhi alone are big tourist spots in the country. Better, faster and cheaper connectivity between these places will attract a lot of tourists to visit these states. There are millions of people dependent on tourism industry in these regions. This corridor will surely affect all those lives in a positive way both directly and indirectly. The corridor also passes through places like Nasik and Ujjain. These places have their own cultural importance in the country. Both the cities host fairs once in every twelve year. The Simhasta fair happened in 2016 attracted 50 million people from all over the world making it second largest fair in the world right after Kumbhmela held in Allahabad, India. Adding up to this cities Delhi, Mumbai, Gurugram and Indore are best when it comes to healthcare in India. India also attracts medical patients from Asia, Middle-East and Africa due to efficient and cheap treatment options as compared to Western countries of Europe and America. Faster and cheaper mode of transportation will help flourish Health tourism in the region and will drive healthcare sector in the region toward further development.