Economic study

Express freight market report

The transportation system designed by TransPod is an answer to the growing express freight demand, while strongly contributing in reducing the environmental footprint of global freight transport.
Released in March 2018

Beyond the example shown in this report, the TransPod system has the potential to generate strong returns with a full freight scenario for private operators or public private partnerships. At a later stage it is conceivable that hybrid passenger/freight systems could be implemented for markets with a smaller time-sensitive demand and a higher willingness to pay.


    All studies

    Feasibility study released in June 2021

    Feasibility study results of the TransPod project in Alberta

    Results of the feasibility study to bring sustainable transport solutions that could profoundly impact Alberta’s economic landscape.

    Economic study released in May 2020

    Preliminary infrastructure costs study

    Initial order of magnitude analysis for TransPod Hyperloop System Infrastructure

    Feasibility study released in October 2019

    Marseille connection

    Preliminary study concerning the construction and operation of a TransPod line in the South Region of France.

    Feasibility study released in March 2019

    Hyperloop in Thailand

    Preliminary study on the implementation of a TransPod Hyperloop line in Thailand.

    Impact study released in April 2018

    Test track economic impact

    April 2018 - Analysis report of the economic impacts of the test track in Haute-Vienne (France)

    Economic study released in March 2018

    Express freight market report

    The transportation system designed by TransPod is an answer to the growing express freight demand, while strongly contributing in reducing the environmental footprint of global freight transport.

    Impact study released in May 2017

    Economic impacts of a TransPod system

    Thesis report from our colleague Maxime Lachaize exploring the scope of new modes of environmentally-friendly “green” High-Speed Freight transport (HSF) and the socio-economic impacts resulting from their introduction in existing corridors.