Bus Project Finds a Way Around China’s Traffic Jams: Gliding Above Them

“The bus, powered in part by solar energy, would run on tracks, carrying up to 1,200 passengers in raised compartments that can glide over the traffic below. Critics at the time it was first unveiled questioned whether the hovering bus could interact safely with other vehicles.” See More . . .

Source: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/27/world/asia/china-elevated-bus.html?_r=0
By: EMILY FENG – The New York Times

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