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Mass Tram America: A Monorail on Steroids

by Joshua Liberles on September 24, 2007

masstramamerica Mass Tram America: A Monorail on Steroids

Whether feasible or not, you just have to love Mass Tram America’s “lofty” goals. Dubbed “The Highway in the Sky,” their vision is to create a suspended transit system that uses green power, is inexpensive, moves quickly, and opens up more space on the ground for us all to enjoy. Think of a monorail on steroids.

Tram cars will be made from de-commissioned Boeing jets. To make one tram car, two retired planes have their tail, engines, and wings removed and are joined together to make a shell capable of traveling forward and backwards (see sketches). What’s left is a large, aerodynamic, fast public and freight transportation solution using no new materials.

Slightly more optimistic? The goal of using 100% renewable energy: solar power; wind turbines; and regenerative braking. The solar panels and turbines are located on the towers which support the rail system. Frankly, a cross-country high-speed monorail is green enough for us…but we’re not going to complain about renewable energy goals as well.

According to the Mass Tram website: “This system is the solution to America’s troubled highway system in so many ways: traffic fatalities, rising gas prices, road construction and weather conditions will not burden its passengers.” In other words, it would be another scalpel for use in carectomies.

Financing the project will be one of several sticking-points. Mass Tram is courting venture capitalists, government funding, and grants. So far, they’re having a bit of success marketing it as a commuter train on the west coast. The smaller footprint makes it more feasible than traditional rail.

Highlights of the project:

  • No fossil fuels involved. In fact, Missler claims the project will be 100% pollution free. Taking production of solar panels, wind turbines, train towers, batteries, and everything else needed for infrastructure into account, this is not completely accurate. But his heart’s in the right place.
  • Projected costs are on par with other similar projects being built worldwide. The difference here is that, once power systems are purchased, they will generate more power than is consumed and profit by selling excess power back into the grid.
  • The Trams’ large cargo space would allow passengers to bring cars on board for local trips at the destination. Hey, at least we’re decreasing car usage here. Not a full Carectomy.
  • Frees up ground space. Rails are suspended high in the air meaning there’s little structure on the ground. Could even lead to a decrease in asphalt.
  • Fixed routes and tracks means that there’s little to no crossing traffic and high speeds can be maintained (estimated at between 100 and 200 miles per hour average speeds).

Mass Tram’s goal is to launch a prototype project by 2011.

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1 Jon January 19, 2008 at 3:06 pm

Montreal is creating a similar programme, to be launched next fall. The organisation involved is Stationnement Montréal which is the para-public corporation that manages the parking meters.
Also, this past summer the Merchant’s Association for Mont-Royal Avenue created a bike-sharing programme that was very successful. It was only intended for the summer, however.


2 Charger January 30, 2008 at 8:42 pm

Buffalo, New York has a growing shared bicycle program. See http://www.buffalobluebicycle.org/


3 Jacob Antvorskov February 29, 2008 at 10:26 pm

We’ve had such a programme since 1996.
Our Primeminister once gave Your president such a bike.

36% of the citizens in Copenhagen go to work by bicycle.

50% use their bike daily. (18% use car daily)

The numbers are increasing. This counting is from 2004.


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