Is there a “need for speed?” Why the U.S. Postal Service should get behind the hypertube

A system of tubes contemplated for the U.S. Postal Service.

Raymond Alvarez:  Travel in the 19th Century was dusty, smokey and slow – very slow. But commuters these days may be wondering if it was better. In Beijing, the roads have become so snarled that commuters abandon their vehicles in traffic that doesn’t move for days. Here in the U.S., many young adults don’t even contemplate owning a vehicle. They prefer cycling or walking.

 

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