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Solar Powered Quadramode Rapid urban transit system

07/07/2007 12:10 PM

Solar powered Hybrid power unit with electric power unit works with guided and conventional roads same vehicle will also adopt elevated track with guided track layot in congested routes of down town where it runs on solar panels fitted above track in elevated state. hence pollution is least as all general public transit is useing solar power during day time. which conserves electric energy and earns carbon points too.

Quadra mode were applied at any requirement as per load of traffic flow as well as public requirement so there is load shedding of commuters as it rises where supply of new vehicles will be done by multi mode transit vehicles with full flexibility so if any one has querry do communicate withf me .

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Re: Solar Powered Quadramode Rapid urban transit system

07/08/2007 3:58 AM

Sounds cool got a pic? (not enough sun in UK)

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Re: Solar Powered Quadramode Rapid urban transit system

07/09/2007 2:52 PM

The day will come when something goes wrong or fails with a car or the system. A big question with monorails is how do you evacuate passengers from the vehicle if it is disabled for some reason or catches on fire?

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Re: Solar Powered Quadramode Rapid urban transit system

07/09/2007 10:52 PM

RUZway transsit system and its Gibird vehicle is totally well designed and appropriate technology, as i ve patented since 1991 in India as ithad escape fireprood schute which firebrigade uses under floor so even infant can be evacuatedon the side sof the door bays aswell as there is rope ladder for fire & Rescue staff to climb up too.

Thanks for your suggestion but its safer than metro.

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07/10/2007 11:02 PM

Given the smaller size and presumably lower elevations of your system, the rope ladder and chute are probably acceptable escape/rescue methods. I will admit being a bit provincial in visualizing US systems which tend to be much larger, and mounted with higher elevations that would preclude your methods. The other factor that we in the US must consider for design is taking into account how people various disabilities can be fully served (blind, hearing loss, paraplegic, etc.).

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