søndag 29. august 2010

Singapore – Sydney

-          in one hour
-          the new Kangaroo Route

The tunnel from Singapore to Sydney
Ernst Frankel and Frank Davidson dream about a transatlantic tunnel. My dream is tunnel from Singapore to Sydney, redefining the way we travel to Oceania.
Today many flights from London to Sydney go through Singapore. But at flight from Singapore to Sydney take almost eight hours. A maglev tunnel could make the same distance in only one hour. A tunnel like this will also be more environmental friendly. A tunnel via Brisbane and Cairns would also take shares for the air traffic. Travels to Jakarta from Sydney, via Singapore, would only take two and a half hours.

JR-Maglev in 581 km/h
Southeast-Asia has one of the fastest growing aviation markets. How I see it, this tunnel would be a smaller economic suicide attempt than at transatlantic tunnel. The tunnel could also be expanded to China via the Philippines, making it an even bigger commercial success.
Maglev is well known in Asia, JR–Maglev and Shanghai Maglev Train are examples on a fast growing environmental friendly transportation market.

A proposed transatlantic tunnel via Iceland and Greenland

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