State of Michigan House of Representatives have passed HR 23 in support of The Interstate Traveler Project; the national leader in cost effective transit, hydrogen production and distribution

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The passing of Michigan’s HR 23 sets the stage for Michigan to once again be the global leader in transportation systems and energy production. With the advent of The Interstate Traveler Project, the world’s first solar and hydrogen powered maglev rail transit network fully integrated with all 160,000 miles of US Interstate Highway system the United States will enjoy unmatched efficiency in mass transit and the production, storage and distribution of millions of kilograms of hydrogen on a daily basis thereby supporting the use of hundreds of thousands, and eventually millions of hydrogen powered vehicles.

On April 10th, 2003, the State of Michigan House of Representatives memorialized congress to support the Interstate Traveler Project.

The language of HR23 is as follows:

House Resolution No. 23.

A resolution to memorialize Congress to enact legislation to support research, development, and construction of the Interstate Traveler Project through the reauthorization of the Transportation Equity Act of the 21st Century (TEA-21) and/or other related federal programs.

Whereas, The Interstate Traveler Project is an elevated maglev (magnetic levitation) rail mass transit system that is based upon a conduit cluster concept powered by hydrogen and solar power. The project promises to provide travelers with a clean, quiet, safe, reliable mode of transportation. The intent of the project is to create the world's first switchable maglev rail network that will provide inter-urban/inter-city pedestrian, automobile, and light freight transit services. The project will simultaneously produce, store, and distribute hydrogen, which will not only serve as an alternative energy resource, but also will give Michigan's automakers the incentive to produce hydrogen internal combustion engines, fuel cell cars, and the manufacturing opportunity to build maglev rail cars; and

Whereas, By fully integrating with the interstate highway system, existing transportation infrastructure, and mass transit systems, the Interstate Traveler Project seeks to reduce traffic congestion and air pollution while improving traffic safety and efficiency. The Interstate Traveler Project substations will utilize the existing interstate highway system's entrances and exits, providing a seamless link of private automobiles, pedestrian traffic, existing municipal bus routes, and taxi services. These substations will also support the hydrogen distribution system, as well as fiber optics, water, electricity, and other utilities; and

Whereas, The Interstate Traveler Project is consistent with the 2003 State-of-the-Union address which called on Congress to appropriate $1.2 billion for hydrogen fuel cell technology; now, therefore, be it

Resolved by the House of Representatives, That we memorialize Congress to enact legislation to support research, development, and construction of the Interstate Traveler Project through the reauthorization of the Transportation Equity Act of the 21st Century (TEA-21) and/or other related federal programs; and be it further

Resolved, That copies of this resolution be transmitted to the President of the United States Senate, the Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, and the members of the Michigan congressional delegation.

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