Urban transport systems have become familiar and casual elements of our lives. As we exit home, each of us plans a route to work, to a meeting or just to a store. And this necessity to plan is dictated by crazy urban and suburban traffic. We have to google for routes so as not to get stuck in traffic jams. During rush hour, subway cars, buses and the rest of public transport are overloaded with people. We do not even think that the time spent on the road is the time of our lives lost, it could be spent on better things.
The uSky transport overpass gives you a look at your city from a completely different perspective. First of all, you are looking at the view from 20 m altitude. And I am not just saying that. In our uSky Test & Certification Centre, you can observe the real transport complex – Test Track No. 4, as it is getting built in full scale.
In the window of uBus you will see landscapes of neighborhoods, parks and architectural sights. And here we are not talking about the usual passenger view at asphalt level in a cloud of exhaust gases, but about the opportunity to enjoy such simple things as commuting at a bird's eye view. uSky Transport has already mastered the string-rail transport overpass construction technology and is ready to demonstrate it over a passage of 2,500 meters.
We should make a special note that the uSky transport and infrastructure complexes easily fit into the general structure of a city, without asking for large and expensive areas of urban land. In the Emirate of Sharjah, for the past two years, there is an opportunity to observe the operation of Test Track No. 1 with a total length of 500 meters. This project has already proved its feasibility.
uSky Transport & Infrastructure Technology aims to preserve the identity of cities, local cultural and architectural values.
We have more and more people on our planet and it is getting more and more difficult to cope with passenger traffic. Therefore, either we will continue to expand roads/build new ones in the place where there could be a park for recreation. Or we can look up and see a new level of mobility.