Using virtual rail lines on the streets, the trains can travel up to speeds of 70km/h.
ppauper wrote:Indeed! It's got the disadvantages of a train (constrained to a "track") without the advantages of a train (very low rolling resistance for steel wheels on steel track).World's first electric-powered trackless train launched in ChinaUsing virtual rail lines on the streets, the trains can travel up to speeds of 70km/h.
I'm not sure how you define a train, but in my book at least, if there's no track it's not a train
and what's a "virtual track"