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China Cancel Plans To Launch Elevated Buses That Drives Over The Top Of Other Cars




Throwback Thursday…

Plans for China’s straddling bus that drives over the top of other cars was cancelled in 2017 after the organisers were accused of fraud.

The 22-metre-long, 7.8-metre-wide and 4.8-metre-high elevated bus was hailed as a revolutionary tool to cut down on traffic issues in larger cities when it was first unveiled.

The idea, which allows up to 300 passengers sit far above other vehicles on the road allowing cars to pass underneath, attracted interest from governments in Brazil, France, India and Indonesia.

The entire sites,run by Beijing-based online peer-to-peer lending platform Huaying Kailai,has now been demolished following claims they were using the project to make money for themselves…

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