China solves the problem of traffic jams by 3-way buses

In order to limit traffic jams without opening roads and preserving the environment, Shenzhen Huashi Future Parking Equipment Company (Shenzhen, China) invented a 3D Express Coach bus. This type of car will be piloted later this year.

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Three-way buses may be a viable solution to traffic jams
without expanding the road - Photo: Dailymail

Three-dimensional super buses are one of the solutions that promise to be very feasible to solve traffic jams and pollution in China. Based on the idea of ​​keeping the environment clean, restricting traffic jams without opening roads, Shenzhen Huashi Future Parking Equipment has developed 3D Express Coach.

This car has a height of 15 feet (4.5m), running on solar energy so it is very friendly to the environment. It can travel at 37 mph (60 km / h) and transport up to 1,400 passengers.

The 3D Express Coach has two floors: the upper floor contains passengers, the lower floor is in the form of a 'tube' that can help other vehicles less than 2m.

Launched at the 13th Beijing High-Tech International Expo in May 2010, the car maker said it could help reduce traffic jams by up to 30%.

According to China Hush, it will cost about 500 million yuan (US $ 73 million) to build buses and a 40km road for it, only 10% of building a metro line. Equivalent long.

President Song Youzhou introduced this modern bus at the international trade fair that it will generate an alarm if a car comes close. The radar system inside the bus will also signal if the other driver is driving the car beyond the lower level of the bus.

This 3D bus uses a similar rescue ladder on passenger aircraft in an emergency.

Approximately 186km of dedicated roads for this future bus will be officially built in Beijing's Mentougou district later this year.

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