July Update on the Colorado Hyperloop & Hyperloop One Global Challenge

  • Happy 140th Birthday Colorado!

    The Centennial State first joined the union on Aug. 1, 1876 thanks to Proclamation 230, which was signed by President Ulysses S. Grant. The state is named for the Colorado River, which got its name for the ruddy silt Spanish travelers saw in the water.

    Colorado became a territory on Feb. 28. 1861, and has been inhabited by Native Americans for 13,000 years.

    The U.S. Census Bureau estimates 5,456,574 people lived in Colorado as of July 1, 2015 – an 8.5 percent increase since the 2010 census.

    At 104,094 square miles, Colorado is the eighth largest state in terms of land – but ranks 22nd in terms of population.  Via 9News.com

  • Working with other international Hyperloop One Global Challenge groups to see how they are developing their plans and teams.
  • Deciding how use Slack for team communication.
  • Awaiting word that Hyperloop One Global Challenge: “We will be providing you with an opportunity to connect with other registrants in your country or region, if you want to collaborate.”
  • Hyperloop One Global Challenge updated us via email that they are extending the deadline for entries to October 28th.
  • Will break the this website into different project sections, each section focuesed on a hyperloop station per city. This will help visually see the different cities the Colorado Hyperloop will connect and it will help convince interested parties in each city to help with the Global Challenge.

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