Today on July 12th KPMG released a pre-feasibility study analyzing the potential of connecting the two Nordic capitals Stockholm and Helsinki via a fixed link using Hyperloop One technology.
The pre-feasibility study has analyzed the Stockholm-Helsinki fixed link from three different aspects: Cost and benefit, Technical and Legal considerations.
The Stockholm – Helsinki corridor is estimated to 500 km, with 11 stations spread out along the route – and with Hyperloop One technology, journey times between the two capital cities will be dramatically reduced. It will only take approximately 28 minutes to travel between Stockholm and Helsinki, in effect creating a new Nordic super-region, where it will be possible to live in Sweden and work in Finland – and commute on a daily basis.
For information please contact:
Åsa Hansson, Head of Infrastructure, KPMG
phone:+46 70-577 51 32, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria Bucher, Press, KPMG
tel: +46 73-347 9454, email: email@example.com