Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) uses small automated cars to provide frequent and non-stop service from source station to destination station via a complex network of elevated guideways and switches.
Personal rapid transit that may go 100 mph and should cost less than roads or traditional fixed guideway rail systems.
Transit system of small, computer controlled vehicles traveling on-demand nonstop between stations on a network of slim guideways. Part of Taxi 2000 Corp.
Proposed, prototyped system. Personal Rapid Transit article by Dr. J. Edward Anderson states design philosophy, economics, operation, optimization, potential. Descriptions, diagrams, photographs, videos, news, FAQs, links.
Spinoff from Advanced Transport Group, University of Bristol, UK. Researching, designing ULTra monorail PRT system. Descriptions, background, facts, downloads, images, news, environment information, contacts.
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