The Interstate Traveler Project proposes world's first hydrogen and solar powered switchable maglev rail network for mass transit and hydrogen production/distribution on January 31st to the City Council of Detroit Michigan.

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The Interstate Traveler Project January 30, 2003 A Status Report for the Press and Public WHO: The Interstate Traveler Project team would like to make its introductions to the press and public. We are a team of professionals who are developing the design and vision with Founder, Justin E. Sutton of Whitmore Lake Michigan. WHAT this is: The Interstate Project is a Maglev rail system design which is operated on hydrogen solar power and networked by the internet protocol TCP/IP: An elevated mass transit for people and passengers within their automobiles. A hydrogen distribution plant. A solar power plant using the triple junction solar energy. A conduit cluster concept which will enable the system to be self sustained and secondarily provide a redundant network of available water, hydrogen, electricity and fiber optics to needy environments. WHERE: The intent is to respond to the government’s direction to make use of existing real-estate within the interstate highway systems. The Interstate Project may be viewed on our website: http://www.InterstateTraveler.us

Public Notice,

On January 31st 2003 at 10:30 am, The Interstate Traveler Project will be presenting a mass transit solution for the State of Michigan to the Detroit City Council. The presentation will be made in the Committee of the Whole Room, 13th Floor of the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center.

Proposal includes the effort to complete a metropolitan area transit network connecting major urban centers with major airports and established urban transit systems by 2006. The proposed system would be ready in advance of the 2006 Superbowl to be held at Ford Field in Detroit, Mi.

Please see attached press release.

Sincerely,

The Interstate Traveler Project

http://www.InterstateTraveler.us

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