The idea behind it is for passengers to be able to fluidly enter and exit the train at stations without it ever having to stop through use of compartments that are picked up and dropped off at the platforms. It’s so good we wonder why no one thought of it before. Watch the video and see how it works.
Passengers get into a compartment connected to the station platform as they wait for an incoming train, and when the train speeds through, it picks them up and drops off the next compartment at the platform without having to stop. Passengers who are on the train move up to the compartment as they’re approaching their stop, so there’s no pushing and shoving involved when people are exiting and entering trains at the same time.
Do you think this could help ease all of this?
[via Business Insider]