Virtual rail train from the Chinese

Virtual rail train from the Chinese: China, the world's most populous country, is in trouble with increasing traffic problems. Chinese engineers invent a train that moves on virtual tracks to relieve traffic. The train without a driver is also environmentally friendly.

Chinese authorities looking for new solutions to the problem of traffic and air pollution have developed a train that moves on virtual rails this time. The construction of the train, which was developed in Zhuzhou, which is accepted as one of the small scale cities of China with the population of 4 million, started in 2013.

300 TAKES PASSENGER

The train that will be remote-controlled will travel on the plastic tape laid on the road. Feng Jianghua, chief engineer of the project, explained that he was able to detect pedestrian and vehicle traffic around the train thanks to the sensors installed in the wagons. Jianghua stated that the project was started as a solution to the increasing air pollution in the city and said that every wagon in the electrically operated train has an 300 passenger capacity and can reach a speed of 70 km per hour.

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