However, the Union of Concerned Scientists points out that, because EVs are charged by electricity, they are indirectly responsible for pollution from the source of that energy, as well as emissions from the production of whatever fuels those power plants use.
A new kind of vehicle called uPod may be able to alleviate some of the challenges associated with modern transportation, including both internal combustion engine (ICE) and electric vehicles. They have the potential to reduce road congestion, pollution, and accidents by providing rapid, safe, and accessible second level transportation.
Unitsky String Technologies Inc. (UST) is the company behind these uPods, which are an autonomous electric vehicle. According to the business, the string transit solves transportation difficulties “that even Elon Musk’s electric automobile cannot address.” That’s because Unitsky String’s manufacturing aims are aimed first and foremost on energy efficiency and environmental friendliness.
Unitsky String Technologies Inc. developed electric cars with steel wheels that travel on string tracks. The cars on the tracks have varied capacity and may reach speeds of up to 150 km/h. String transportation produces less noise and vibration than trains, trams, and monorails.
UST informs us that, while ordinary electric vehicles are ecologically benign, they nonetheless take up space on the road, causing traffic bottlenecks with gasoline-powered vehicles. String transportation overcomes this issue because it travels on an above-ground roadway.
They are powered by artificial intelligence, which reacts instantaneously to even the tiniest changes in traffic circumstances and can transport up to 50,000 people each hour.
Because it takes just a small amount of land for building, the UST transportation complex is both economical and readily incorporated into existing infrastructure.
Reference- Unitsky String Technologies Inc. website & PR, Futurrism,Inside EVs, Clean Technica