New efficient camel subway system proposed
In an effort to economically downsize metro subway systems, Middle Eastern companies are proposing a new more efficient way of public transit. According to the inventors, the camel-way subway will cut metro transit cost by 89%. Is the new camel way subway system and smaller military personnel the answer to economic woes?
The camel-way subway is designed to offer a greener solution to rising metro transit costs. By using the back to back camel subway, metropolitan transit can slash energy consumption by more than 50 percent. The camels work independent of each other to ensure faster delivery of passengers to their destinations.
While camels have the ability to store large amounts of water they only need to make stops for grain and foliage. Each camel car is fitted with a gas lantern with a tube to its rump which allows the camel to generate methane to power the light source.