BEIJING: Plans for high-altitude tracks and an air-powered train are fast approaching completion.

China Daily reported, according to local engineers in China ‘monorail’ car is also known to prepare the “Sky Train’.

A driverless Skytrain has been successfully tested in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. According to the report, the operation of the train service is likely to start from next year.

In view of the growing population of China, experts have conducted various experiments to make the movement of people easier and more efficient, and this is still going on.

The “Sky Train” was successfully tested in China three years ago, following a series of innovative and fast trains.

The Skytrain, which runs on hanging tracks in the air and is capable of running at speeds of up to 70 kilometers per hour, was launched in 2017 in the eastern Chinese city of Shandong.

The train has a seating capacity of 510 people, making the experience a success and providing good public transportation at a low cost.