Topic : Transit Elevated Bus

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32 arrested in connection with China's 'straddling bus' project

Management & Operations| July 5, 2017

The futuristic idea to lift commuters above congestion quickly attracted international attention when it was launched last year, but was finally officially scrapped last month. There had been growing speculation that it was no more than an investment scam.

China's Transit Elevated 'straddling bus' going bust

Management & Operations| December 12, 2016

Though TEB inventor Song Youzhou has insisted the company is still operating normally, sources told China’s The Paper that a major TEB investor has now cut off further funds.

Bus| August 4, 2016

China pilots 6-foot 'straddling bus'

The approximately 6.5-foot high Transit Elevated Bus straddles the cars below, allowing them to pass through. It is able to carry up to 300 passengers in its 72 ft. long and 25 ft. wide body.

Bus| May 26, 2016

Chinese company unveils 'Transit Elevated Bus'

The 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.

Bus| May 26, 2016

[Video] China's transit elevated bus debuts at Beijing expo

A model of a Transit Elevated Bus (TEB) debuted at the ongoing 19th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo.

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