A rendering of a ‘trackless train’ being tested by a Chinese company. The rubber-wheeled vehicle is billed as having the ability to manually follow ‘virtual tracks’ on highways — painted lines on the roadway that would guide the autonomous vehicle to its destination A delegation from Miami-Dade County is set to visit the company, CRRC, during a trip to China in March 2018.
A rendering of a ‘trackless train’ being tested by a Chinese company. The rubber-wheeled vehicle is billed as having the ability to manually follow ‘virtual tracks’ on highways — painted lines on the roadway that would guide the autonomous vehicle to its destination A delegation from Miami-Dade County is set to visit the company, CRRC, during a trip to China in March 2018. Miami-Dade Mayor’s Office
A rendering of a ‘trackless train’ being tested by a Chinese company. The rubber-wheeled vehicle is billed as having the ability to manually follow ‘virtual tracks’ on highways — painted lines on the roadway that would guide the autonomous vehicle to its destination A delegation from Miami-Dade County is set to visit the company, CRRC, during a trip to China in March 2018. Miami-Dade Mayor’s Office

On the hunt for a cheaper alternative to Metrorail, Miami-Dade’s mayor heads to China

March 12, 2018 09:27 AM