The average fuel consumption of each bus is 21.6t per year, and the estimated carbon emission is 66t. One TEB has the capacity of 40 buese, but with much lower emission – reduce 864t of fuel consumption and 2640t of carbon emission
No more traffic jams
TEB occupies two lanes and consists of two layers. The upper layer will be utilized for carrying passengers and the lower layer is hollowed. Vehicles under 2 meters can go underneath, whether TEB is moving or stopped. The speed of TEB could reach to 60 km/h, and the average speed is 40 km/h. A TEB could carry 1200-1400 passengers.
Powered by electricity
Transit Elevated Bus (TEB) is a low carbon urban transportation technology. It is completely powered by municipal electricity and solar energy system. In terms of electricity, the setting is called relay direct current electrification.