Hyperloop Technologies

From secret spots and bucket-list destinations to life-changing gadgets and booking tips, read on for your round up of need-to-know travel news and daily delights.

Lindsey Campbell
May 25, 2016

The HyperLoop—you know, that insanely fast train that promises to get you from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 30 minutes—is close to becoming a reality. So, of course, we want to know: what exactly would the inside of these supersonic trains look like? Thanks to a video released by the company you can get a peek inside the sleek interior.  [The Verge]


By now you may have heard TSA Lines are insane this summer, and despite a large increase in funding, attempts at remedying the situation have been unsuccessful.   Officials at the Atlanta International Airport are trying to change that. New screening systems automatically re-circulate bins after they are emptied, reroute suspicious bags to a new conveyor belt, and set aside an area for travelers who are slow to take off their shoes—all hopefully resulting in a speedier process. [CNN]


Getting the 411 on a potential hotel just got easier. Reviews from third-party sites will now show up on Google when you search for the property.  [Seround Table]


Self-driving cars may be a thing of the future, but people are using them right now. In fact, this guy trusts the technology so much he decided to take a nap. [Mashable]


Graffiti artist Banksy is known for his creative stunts. After all, the artist created an entire sarcastic Dismaland in England. But, this time, you can check out a collection of the latest pieces at an exhibition in Rome’s Palazzo Cipolla Museum. [NBC News]


Lindsey Campbell is the Associate Audience Engagement Editor. You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @lyndzicampbell

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