A promotional image of a high-tech bus made in China that’s designed to operate as a “trackless train,” with a capacity of about 300 passengers, multiple cars and a network of rail-like stations with air conditioning and group boarding.
A promotional image of a high-tech bus made in China that’s designed to operate as a “trackless train,” with a capacity of about 300 passengers, multiple cars and a network of rail-like stations with air conditioning and group boarding. Miami-Dade County
A promotional image of a high-tech bus made in China that’s designed to operate as a “trackless train,” with a capacity of about 300 passengers, multiple cars and a network of rail-like stations with air conditioning and group boarding. Miami-Dade County

With Metrorail so costly, mayor touts a Miami commuting on high-tech buses

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