HyperloopTT will work with Lebanese design and engineering firm, Dar Al-Handasah, American architect Perkins + Will, Spanish engineer GPO Group and British cost management consultant Currie & Brown on the project.
The 10km line will be constructed at Aldar’s Seih Al Sdeirah landbank, close to the residential development Alghadeer and on the border with neighboring emirate Dubai.
Bibop Gresta, HyperloopTT’s chairman, said: “Today’s announcement is a testament to the continued commitment and determination of all our partners, both within the UAE and abroad.
“As we move forward with the system we invite other interested organizations in the region and around the world to join us in making history.”
Earlier this year, HyperloopTT signed a deal with local real estate firm Aldar Properties for the project. No end date for the scheme has yet been given.
Earlier this year the Chinese city of Tongren signed an agreement with HyperloopTT to develop a line. In Spain, HyperloopTT started work on its full-scale test track and displayed its Hyperloop capsule.