The Front Range Urban Corridor is located along the eastern face of the Rocky Mountains, encompassing 18 counties in the US states of Colorado and Wyoming. The urban corridor would include a 250-mile (403-km) north-south line moored at DEN and extending north to Cheyenne, Wyoming, and south to Pueblo, Colorado. The Front Range Urban Corridor is anchored by Denver, the state’s capitol and largest city. In addition to Denver, numerous other major population centers are located along the Front Range. With the rapid pace of population growth and land development, these major urban centers have become one megatropolis. Hyperloop would accelerate this evolution and better connect centers of activity and industry.

A logical first phase for the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop is a 40-mile (64-km) route from DEN to Greeley. This first phase could be accelerated by taking advantage of Colorado’s “greenfields,” which offer fewer complications in terms of alignment and rights-of-way, and a connection to the highest growth areas of northern Colorado.

The second line of the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop would add 75 miles (121 km) of guideway west of the Denver metropolitan area into the mountain recreation areas. Every year the scenic areas and recreational opportunities of the Rocky Mountains draw millions of tourists. It would facilitate travel for Front Range residents—a large portion of the mountain recreation market—to the mountain areas. Hyperloop would also serve out of state tourists who arrive in Colorado via DEN.

Key benefits of Accelerated
Phase 1 Hyperloop

  • Low complexity and cost
  • Development and value capture potential from “greenfield” transformative opportunities
  • The “Arc of Innovation” that results from connecting highly diverse economic industry clusters
  • Enhances and opens new gateways to the world market through Denver International Airport (DEN)
  • Creates a new travel paradigm to the fastest growing region of northern Colorado


Hyperloop | Front Range Urban Corridor

Hyperloop | Accelerated Phase 1

Hyperloop | Mountain Recreation


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