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Every mode of transport that we use—whether it’s planes, trains, automobiles, bikes, horses—is reusable, but not rockets. So we must solve this problem in order to become a space-faring civilisation.
The reality about transportation is that it’s future-oriented. If we’re planning for what
we have, we’re behind the curve.
Public transportation is like a magnifying glass that shows you civilisation up close.
Our goal was to completely change transportation. Change traffic. And make it possible to get anywhere you want to go without owning a car.
Uber is a company that is redefining the transportation industry on a global basis; to be part of that story is something that is interesting and would be a real privilege.
Bike is the most democratic transport vehicle. Bike is the most daring, challenging as it gives its owner the tempting feeling of freedom, that is why one can say without any exaggeration, bike is a symbol of freedom.
President of Russia
With Hyperloop One, we are on the brink of the first great breakthrough in transportation technology of the 21st century, eliminating the barriers of time and distance and unlocking vast economic opportunities.
An advanced city is not one where even the poor use cars, but rather one where even the rich use public transport.
(This story appears in the 19 November, 2021 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)