Reports in the Chinese media are claiming that the futuristic Transit Elevated Bus, which was revealed last week, is little more than a money-making scam. Several media outlets in China have speculated the TEB project is bait to attract money from investors, as it is funded by crowdsourcing. Reports claim the ‘test run’ didn’t simulate real traffic conditions, as the TEB only travelled around 300 metres. Other criticisms include the height of the TEB’s underpass, which has a maximum clearance of 2.1 metres, though China’s height limit for vehicles is 4.2 metres. Adding to the conspiracy theories are questions over how the vehicle would turn or go through intersections.
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Transit Elevated Bus Makes Its First Appearance In China Within Three Months Of Proposal
When China first presented the Transit Elevated Bus, it sounded far fetched and the idea of a gigantic bus that literally rode over traffic was dismissed. Surprisingly, the first working prototype of TEB has been made and it has been unveiled and test driven in Qinhuangdao, Hebei.