A few months back we posted on the "3D Express Coach," an innovative new bus designed by the Chinese organization Shenzhen Huashi Future Car-Parking Equipment. Though it looked like the stuff of science fiction, the design actually made a lot of sense: Make use of space between passenger cars and bridges in order to alleviate China's enormous traffic congestion problem and to save money on construction costs. While the sheer ambition and originality of the design was probably enough to get you
3d Express Coach
Imagine a ginormous bus, hollowed out to allow cars to drive right on through/under it and you've got the gist of a cunning, but rather odd "3D Express Coach" project created by Shenzhen Huashi Future Car-Parking Equipment. At first glance, the idea seems quite hysterical, or at least worthy of a small chuckle, but upon further inspection, this ginormous bus idea kind of makes perfect sense.
The Chinese are serious about implementing new technologies in transportation. After all, they have to: With a population more than three times the US on a land mass that is more or less equal, density is a major issue. Case in point: The "3D Express Coach" revealed this week by Shenzhen Huashi Future Car-Parking Equipment.