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17:55

Local

What we ought to know about Hyperloop

IGNACIO LILLO

...the cost of the tickets. The most important one is the Transrapid, in Shanghai (China), which travels the 30 kilometres from the airport to the city in just over seven minutes. The maximum speed is 431 km/h, and the average for the journey is 250 km/h.

15:10

Gibraltar

Six fixed speed cameras are now in operation on Gibraltar's roads

Debbie Bartlett

Two more fixed speed cameras have been installed in Gibraltar, bringing the total to six. The latest additions are in Queensway and Waterport Wharf Road. All six fixed speed traps are now equipped with rear facing cameras which will capture any ... motor bike breaching the speed limit. Unless otherwise stated, the speed limit in Gibraltar is 50 kms per hour, and for HGVs and public service vehicles such as buses it is 35 kph. Gibraltar's Minister of Transport, Paul Balbán, says the aim of the ... speed cameras is to make the roads safer for everybody, including pedestrians, and to reduce fuel emissions from vehicles.

14:29

National

First step to ban rigid-hulled powerboats in war on drugs

SUR

...high-speed vessels are a favourite means of transport for the increasingly self-confident gangs smuggling hashish and other drugs from north Africa into Europe. Last week bathers in Sabinillas, Manilva, were surprised to see one of the imposing boats racing

14:46

National

Hyperloop train prototype launched to world in Cadiz

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Airtificial's factory, in Puerto de Santa María, Cadiz, was this week the scene of the global unveiling of a prototype hyperloop train planned to travel at 1,200 km/h, almost the speed of sound. The Andalusian company has built the 30-metre-long

12:43

Opinion

More waste, less speed

Peter Edgerton

So much wasted time. These were, purportedly, the last words of 1970's singer and erstwhile heartthrob David Cassidy who died last week. I'm sure I wasn't the only one who thought “Blimey, that would be a pretty fitting epitaph for me too when my num

15:56

Local

High speed or local? Experts debate the rail needs of Marbella

Ignacio LILLO

The recent announcements from regional and central governments regarding rail infrastructure have sparked debate in numerous circles about what type of rail service the western Costa del Sol needs: a high speed connection with Malaga and the