China's new public transportation system will make your jaw drop

Is China's 'Bus-Way' the Future of Public Transport?

It's truly the bus of the future. China recently introduced a new approach to tackling its traffic problem.

The long awaited bus, which runs on solar power and electricity, merely goes above the cars, leaving traffic to continue underneath it. Apparently, the bus can carry near 300 people, replacing nearly 40 regular buses.

In doing so, the new innovation will help alleviate traffic as well as pollution.

The country's innovation has attracted the attention of other countries who are facing similar congestion issues.

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