A model that’s being tested in the city of Chongqing, China could have the biggest effect on the world’s next big industrial race.
It’s the first of its kind in Asia, and China has been the only major industrialized country in the region to develop a sustainable transportation system that’s based on public transit and clean air.
A decade ago, Beijing and Shanghai had the largest transit networks in the world, with the Chinese capital having a network that stretched all the way from Beijing to Shanghai.
But today, the city is on track to have more than 2,000 kilometres of high-speed rail, more than any other major city in the Asian continent.
That’s a lot of infrastructure.
The Chongqan International Railway Co. says it has more than 50,000 miles of high speed rail between its lines in China and a dozen more in the United States.
That has created a huge demand for cars, which is why the city’s metro is the world capital for electric vehicles, which are fast-charging electric buses that can go anywhere.
And it’s made it a major destination for China’s new tech industry, which employs more than 10,000 people.
But for the Chongqang train to succeed, the train system needs to be more efficient, with trains running at a faster pace.
The idea is that once the trains stop running, passengers get to board them, and they get to be comfortable, not to mention the quality of the ride, said Michael Leong, the co-founder and chief executive officer of ChongQing Railway Co., which is developing a system based on the Chinese model.
It could take another two decades to develop this model, and it would be an enormous change from today’s trains, Leong said.
ChongQan is one of a number of startups in the burgeoning world of sustainable transportation.
There are now more than a dozen in Canada, and many of them are based in Ontario.
A few dozen more are based out of China, including the $5-billion Chinese startup Cessna, and a few are based here in Vancouver.
Canada’s Transportation Investment Corporation, the country’s main vehicle financing agency, is funding some of them.
The Canadian Railway Builders Association is also sponsoring some.
The concept of a clean, high-tech transportation system is catching on.
Canada has invested heavily in its rail industry, with more than $7 billion in projects since 2010.
The government has also provided $1.7 billion to help local governments build and operate their own rail systems.
Some provinces have also established their own high-capacity rail networks, and the Ontario government has set aside $300 million over five years to develop rail infrastructure.
That money has helped make it possible for cities like Vancouver to develop and operate the high-efficiency subway system, which opened last year.
Vancouver is also testing its own high speed train, the TransLink 1.
The train has a range of up to 100 kilometres per hour, which allows it to travel up to 8,500 kilometres per day between its stations, and is designed to be the first such high-performance vehicle to be built in Canada.
TransLink is also developing a high-quality light rail system that runs from Victoria to Vancouver and from the Pacific to the Atlantic.
The system will have a range from 3,200 kilometres to about 8,000, and will be capable of carrying 7,000 passengers.
While this system is a first in Canada and is not yet complete, it’s still considered a model that could have a major impact on the future of the countrys transportation infrastructure.
In the coming years, TransLink plans to build another high-end line from Vancouver to the port of Vancouver, and plans to extend the existing line to Victoria, the other major metropolitan hub in the province.
The Vancouver-to-Victoria line is also expected to have a much higher capacity than the Translink 1, which has a capacity of about 4,000.
That means the line could be able to handle more passengers per train and will have better passenger safety.
With a population of almost 1.3 million, Vancouver is the largest city in British Columbia, and its economy is heavily dependent on the transportation industry.
Translink is building the new line from Victoria Station to Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
This is the first high-level investment in the high speed transit system by a private company in Canada since the province introduced the $2-billion Canada-wide high speed railway program in 2011.
The high speed project is expected to cost $25 billion, and TransLink says it expects to receive $15 billion in federal and provincial funding over the next three years.
“We’re confident we’ll get to a point where we’re able to deliver this project, and then it will be an opportunity to move forward on a very ambitious project, as it were,” said Paul Thompson, Translink’s president and CEO.
In Vancouver, the first phase