Sustainable Transportation Systems, Inc.
STS TransGlide 2000
The TransGlide 2000 Bicycle Transit System is a new strategy in bicycle
transportation for which there are allowed U.S. patents and the right to file foreign
patent applications has been preserved. This technology increases the efficiency of the
bicycle by providing an environment within which bicyclist can ride comfortable at average
speeds of 25miles [40km] per hour, making the bicycle a faster, safer, less expensive, and
more convenient mode of transportation in urban areas. The TransGlide 2000 Bicycle
Transit System is an interstate highway style transportation corridor that is only 25 feet
[7.62 m] wide with a 13 foot [3.96 m] tall center sloping to 10 foot [3.04 m] high
side walls. Running through the center of the System is a dividing wall with twelve-foot
[3.65 m] wide traffic lanes on each side to accommodate bicycle traffic moving in opposite
directions. What is not apparent from the small size and simple design of the TransGlide
2000 Bicycle Transit System is its capacity to move people and freight faster in
urban areas than any other available transit system. The key is that air is moved through
the System in the same direction as the bicyclists are riding.
We are seeking to enter into joint venture
development agreements to build and operate
TransGlide 2000 Bicycle Transit Systems. Please contact us for more information.
Transportation Systems, Inc.
President - Milnor H. Senior III
6160 S Elati St
Littleton, Colorado, USA 80120
Telephone: (303) 671-5000
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and Foreign Patents apply to Transglide 2000.
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