The world’s first smart train launched in China

The world’s first smart trains have begun the test runs in China.

The rail system called Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit (ART) was first unveiled in June, but it has now started testing on the streets.

The test runs have begun on the streets of Zhuzhou, Hunan Province and the line will be opened to the public in Spring next year.

This is a trackless train, Which uses virtual railway lines to take it from one place to another.

This invisible railway measures 3.75 meters wide and is embodied by dotted lines painted on the street.

It can carry up to 300 passengers at an speed of 70kmh.

The system has been developed by China’s CRRC Corporation Limited, one of the world’s largest train manufacturers and the biggest benefit of the new system will be its low cost.

The new Smart Train in China (Photo credits: Rex)

 

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