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Chinese company unveils 'Transit Elevated Bus'

Posted on May 26, 2016

BEIJING — A Beijing company unveiled its futuristic design for a pollution-busting, elevated bus capable of gliding over nightmarish traffic jams, which urban China has become notorious for, The Guardian reports.

The "Transit Elevated Bus" is supported by two legs that run along rails laid along the roadside. The legs allow the buses frame to glide high above the gridlock at speeds of up to approximately 37 miles per hour. Most vehicles will also be able to drive freely underneath the bus, even when it is stationary. For the full story, click here.

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