“Planet Today” and “Kachestvo.ru” about SkyWay: Domestic Transport System Capable to Change the Future

“Planet Today” and “Kachestvo.ru” about SkyWay: Domestic Transport System Capable to Change the Future

22 January 2018 6074

Media goes on releasing info on SkyWay consistently. Not long ago, the comments on the project by the Director on urban transport development, CJSC “Transmashholding” Andrey Vasilyev were posted as an interview to the city news Agency “Moscow”. This time Internet portals “Kachestvo.ru” and “Planet Today” joined him.

The technological development proceeds on the principle of accumulation. Scientific theories are based on the ideas of predecessors and innovative inventions are built on long-established developments. The same thing happens with SkyWay transport: the website Kachestvo.ru (in Russian) writes that the latest technological innovations in combination with proven solutions are applied in the SkyWay transport system. Electric motors ― the heart of SkyWay rolling stock ― have long been successfully used in transportation and industry, and pre-stressed structures of string tracks are the reinterpretation of well-known construction technologies used by engineers while designing and building skyscrapers for many years.

The combination of proven solutions and highly relevant field of application is the key to successful development. And SkyWay fully satisfies all the requirements in this respect. As the news portal Planet Today (in Russian) writes, the majority of currently existing roads even in developed countries were not designed for current traffic and passenger flow, they have originated in pre-automobile era. Because of the enormous population growth and obsolescence of conventional road infrastructure, SkyWay transport may become one of the most successful solutions to transportation problems emerging before our eyes.

“Planet today” also points out that the possibilities of the project are not limited to a simple transportation of goods and passengers. SkyWay may help to seriously change the urban infrastructure and generally make life in a city more comfortable and safe. Complete cities can be built along SkyWay routes: the supports will house offices and living quarters, and communication lines so demanded in today’s world will be laid inside the rails.

Anyway, speaking generally SkyWay combines tactics and strategy. The solution of actual problems is associated with a long-term planning on the development of the whole system. With the project’s growth SkyWay transport will pass the way from the solution of local problems in separate cities to the creation of a large-scale transport infrastructure.

Viacheslav Evtukh

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