Announcing the end of traffic - Arrivo. https://t.co/xauvgynrgn— Arrivo (@ArrivoLoop) November 15, 2017
Excited to have AECOM as a partner in bringing the future of transportation into reality. https://t.co/rNDsgdsamL— Arrivo (@ArrivoLoop) November 14, 2017
Arrivo's Super Urban Network arriving soon! https://t.co/LfpOhVm24p— Arrivo (@ArrivoLoop) November 14, 2017
In The News
Bloomberg - Sarah McBride | November 16, 2017
Arrivo plans to begin construction of its test track in Commerce City, Colorado, in the first quarter of 2018. A test track is the first step in proving the viability of the technology, which aims to use an advanced variety of magnetic levitation to move the pallets and vehicles.
Forbes - Alan Ohnsman | November 16, 2017
“If you want to travel really fast in a low-pressure environment inside a metal tube between two cities, I'd recommend an airplane,” BamBrogan said. “We're focused on shorter distances, in the dozens to four- or five-dozen kilometer range that we can build out into a full network. We see ourselves connecting with airports, with local metro systems directly to unlock a whole region.”
Wired - Alex Davies | November 16, 2017
"The system could turn a trip from downtown Denver from a 35- to 70-minute drive to a 10-minute whoosh. Better yet, ditching the tubular tendencies should make the system cheaper to construct and maintain, though Arrivo would likely enclose the pod and track to keep things like children and debris away."