The Chinese bus that allows cars to pass underneath
The Chinese government will revolutionize the public transportation system with a bus that allows cars to pass underneath. The goal: to avoid the problems of traffic congestion and reduce the environmental impact generated by the bus.
China faces problems of overcrowding, pollution and depletion of energy resources such as carbon hydrides. Thus, they began planning for the creation of green cars and this superbus that would work on electricity.
The project “3D Express Coach,” designed by the company Shenzhen Huashi Future Parking Equipment is a bus that would work in the same way that a train or subway. It stands two meters above the soil, allowing cars passing underneath.
The units work with power and used a magnetic rail attached to the walls.
The stops would be elevated platforms that connect ideally with mobiles, bringing in passengers.
The cost of 40 kilometers of route cost U.S. dollars 72.82 million, 10% of what costs the same route for a subway.