A Letexpo signed a protocol for the creation of Hyper Transfer

The ultra-fast transport system will allow goods to be handled in an environmentally sustainable manner at speeds of over 1000 km / h. The first field trial is scheduled for 2026

Ready go, with the signing of the memorandum of understanding between the Veneto Region, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Mobility and Cav Concessioni motorway venete spa, the Hyper Transfer project, the ultra-fast transport system for moving goods at speeds exceeding 1000 km / h, using capsules that travel in suspension inside futuristic tubes. A project destined to radically change the concept of transport. “In the last 3 years we have evaluated various future models of transport, Hyper Transfer guarantees low costs, significant energy savings and large goods handling capacities”, says Cav CEO Ugo Dibennardo.

A European record that will lead to the carrying out of an experimental test in the field as early as 2026. There are multiple advantages for environmental sustainability with the drastic reduction of road traffic and the consumption of fossil fuels. Cav confirms itself as a dynamic entity that looks beyond the simple management of motorway sections and is betting on innovation and the development of new forms of transport.

“We have focused on safety through technological innovation” from the asphalt we must move to new forms of transport that push Cav to move from a simple motorway concession to become an innovative player in the logistics and transport sector “, continues Dibennardo. President of the Veneto Region Luca Zaia who speaks in no uncertain terms about the historic day. “We must look beyond the asphalt and the guardrails, this project will allow us to move goods and passengers in the future at a speed greater than that of sound and that of an airplane. undoubtedly a great innovation in the transport sector “.