Май 22, 2016
A model of a Transit Elevated Bus (TEB) debuted at the 19th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo, which concluded on Sunday. The TEB is a purely homegrown invention of China, with its passenger compartment sitting above other vehicles on the road below, allowing cars to pass underneath. The TEB is designed to increase the utilization of road space.
"With a carrying capacity of 1, 200 people at a time, the TEB has the same functions as the subway while its cost of construction is less than one fifth of the subway. Its construction can be finished in one year, " said Bai Zhiming, the engineer in charge of the TEB project.
Trial operations of such a bus will start in Qinhuangdao City, north China's Hebei Province, in the second half of 2016.
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Please comment and rate, thanks. Youzhou Song (bus designer) presents a giant bus that drive over cars translated into English and with English caption subtitle. China will build some huge buses that will allow smaller cars to pass by under them in order to relief urban traffic. http://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=Hv8_W2PA0rQ
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It would be about 20 feet wide and 13 feet high. The bus that will drive over cars. Cars have to be under 2 meters high to travel underneath the upper level carrying passengers.
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QINHUANGDAO, CHINA — China’s much-hyped elevated bus which last week completed a test run in the northern city of Qinhuangdao, Hebei province, may not just be impractical and unfeasible, as critics say. Several Chinese state media outlets now say the whole thing was an illegally funded project aimed at scamming investors.
China’s Global Times tabloid also attacked the thing’s designer for having only an elementary school education.
Nevertheless, this animation depicts the thing and explains some of its attributes.
The Transit Elevated Bus, or TEB, is 22 meters long, 7.8 meters wide and can carry up to 300 passengers.
It runs on rails laid on ordinary roads and occupies two traffic lanes. Passengers board the bus through an elevated bus stop.
It is powered by both solar power and electricity. Through a technology called relay charging, the bus receives electricity as it enters a bus station.
The TEB straddles the road 2 meters above the ground, which allows smaller vehicles to pass below.
It is equipped with sensors on its front, rear and sides to warn vehicles to not get too close and large vehicles to not pass below.
The TEB Development Company says one bus could replace 40 conventional buses and could save 2, 640 tons of carbon emissions.
Four buses could be linked together and operate in a train-like manner. The bus can reach a top speed of 60 kilometers per hour.
However, the bus can only run on a mostly straight track and is unable to perform sharp turns.
Although last week’s test received wide media coverage, the thing only traveled 300 meters at a slow speed, and without traffic beneath it. What’s more, the city didn’t even know about the test, let alone approve it.
So this elevated bus, which is actually a train, may never get off the ground.
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Tired of traffic jams and tail gas? The design of electric "straddling buses" lets cars drive underneath them, and can help reduce air pollution. Also known as land airbus, the new invention is less costly than subway systems.
China's Transit Elevated Bus (TEB) went through a road test in north China's Hebei Province on Tuesday. The passenger compartment rises far above other vehicles on the road, allowing cars to pass underneath.
The test-run tried to simulate real traffic conditions with one bus compartment traveling at a speed of 10 km per hour on a section of a 300-meter-long test track.