November 20, 2012

Chinese bus designed to straddle traffic

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A Chinese company has designed something called a "straddling bus," which operates like a train on wheels, and is so tall that cars can drive right under it. Each bus is about two street lanes wide and 18 feet tall, according to Song Youzhou, the chairman of Shenzhen Hashi Future Parking Equipment Company, which is building these enormous buses.


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