By Lush Huxley, LuxEco Editorial Assistant
…Or so implies a new technology by Kolelinia lab the brain child of Bulgarian designer Martin Angelov. The lab has conceptualized an answer to traffic congestion in the form of vast webs of electronically powered wires tautly stretched across the world’s cityscapes. These would be used for elevated bikes lanes (seriously) and public transit reminiscent of your own personal zipline. The project imagines this system as clearing up traffic in the heart of densely urban environments. The wires would independently rise above busy streets and be able to follow favorable routes for the purpose of transportation, tourism, or thrillseeking. If this reminds you of the Jetsons, you’re probably right. But hey, if you have to get from point A to point B, why not soar?
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