Arrivo

Hyperloop inspired high speed super urban network

#5 Product of the DayDecember 30, 2017

Arrivo is high-speed super urban network. It's like if Hyperloop One AND Elon Musk's The Boring Company had a baby.

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Reviews

  • Valentin
    ValentinInvestor & board member @ Ikigai
    Pros: 

    Beautiful concept

    Cons: 

    Totally unsustainable

    Will be congested exactly like our today's roads as soon as everyone will use it.

    Otherwise, it should be paying and just favor the high caste...

    Valentin has never used this product.
  • Doc Daniel
    Doc DanielFounder@PrayerSpark, NO religious agenda
    Pros: 

    I liked the video. It made me feel that I could solve all my worldly problems with a fast train for my car.

    Cons: 

    May cost BILLIONS to bring to market in most cities. This is the Boston Big Dig for what amounts to Amtrak v2.0.

    Let's hope the maiden voyage has better luck than Amtrak Point Defiance :-(

    Doc Daniel has never used this product.

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Steven Rueter
Steven Rueter@rueter · Developer
Fun fact: The train was invented in 1804.
EmbedAPI
EmbedAPI@embed_api · CEO @ EmbedAPI.com Embed Anything
@rueter really? I thought it was in 1580?
Steven Rueter
Steven Rueter@rueter · Developer
@embed_api *steam locomotive (courtesy of the Google) 🚂
Wesley Forlines
Wesley Forlines@wesleyforlines · Maker at FormFunc.
I have so many questions.
Joe Farish
Joe Farish@joefarish · @joefarish
A "fast lane" for self driving cars would be *much* more practical than this.
Andrew Acree
Andrew Acree@sonofrobins · Mobile Product Designer, Plated
So an autonomous shoe for your car that already has wheels.
Faisal HassanHunter@faisal_hassanx
@sonofrobins An ‘autonomous shoe’ that runs at 200mph.
Doc Daniel
Doc Daniel@prayersparkmd · Founder@PrayerSpark, NO religious agenda
I love when "feel good" kickstarter videos gloss over the insurmountable bureaucratic red tape that will inevitably toss this utopian fantasy into the junkpile with the Space Elevator (remember that one?).