Elevated Bus (TEB)
It is essentially a subway system that hovers above the car, designed to maximize the use of road space.
At Beijing international airport in China, the revolutionary mode of transportation was shown to the public.
Technology Expo on weekends.
Chinese designers claim that innovative transportation systems should save both cost and cost.
Efficient environmental protection.
The speed bus is powered by electricity, and the solar energy generated by the roof panel is used as a supplement.
"TEB carries 1,200 people at a time, with the same functions as the subway, and its construction cost is less than 1 out of 5 of the subway, Project senior engineer Bai Zhiming told CCTV News.
The company behind TEB, Shenzhen Huashi's future parking equipment, said construction could be completed within a year.
In the second half of 2016, Qinhuangdao city, northern China's Hebei province will begin trial operation.
China's TEB is just one of a series of cutting-edge developments aimed at changing the future of the transport industry, giving Dr. Brown time
Travel DeLorean looks a bit mundane.
The companies competing for the acquisition include AeroMobil and Terrafugiaare.
Their flying car took off on 2017.
The first "Lily"
Vertical takeoff and landing aircraft available for personal use are expected to be available from 2018.
It is currently being developed by a startup.
Up in the business incubator of European aerospace institutions.
At the same time, billionaire Elon Musk plans to launch the "fifth mode of transportation" and
Pre-order a speed Super loop of 2020.
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