This hyperloop company is promising 200 mph travel without the vacuum tubes

“Rather than focus on high-speed travel between cities hundreds of miles apart, Arrivo wants to be the transportation network for shorter, more localized routes. Think the Denver Airport to the city’s downtown — a 32-mile journey that normally takes 55 minutes during rush hour — in just nine minutes. And it would be less expensive to build than the hyperloop, since there would be no tubes to install on raised pylons or tunnels to dig.”