Detroit, MI (PRWEB) September 27, 2006
The Interstate Traveler Company, LLC (Interstate Traveler), the builders of the Hydrogen Super Highway, explain how their unique Integrated Transportation System that runs on a solar powered hydrogen energy cycle will enable the US to build a collection of integrated power stations as powerful as the Hoover Dam almost every State in the US with plans to expand internationally.
Kicking off their Alpha System in South East Mi, the Interstate Traveler talks about their plans to connect the Great Industrial City of Detroit with the cultural gold mine of Ann Arbor Michigan.
“We are ramping up our plans to install our Alpha System from Detroit to Ann Arbor, bridging together the two economies and linking Willow Run Airport to Detroit Metro. We hope to have it completed by Labor Day 2008” says Justin Sutton, the Founder of the Interstate Traveler Company. The company is planning to connect the two cities with 88 miles of gleaming stainless steel rails laminated with solar panels that will support their unique maglev transit system. The system will include two concentric loops in downtown Detroit connecting with the People Mover and one giant loop all the way around Ann Arbor which is ringed by I-94, US-23 and M-14.
“We are looking at a $1.3 Billion infrastructure system” said Interstate Traveler CEO William C. Brooks at a meeting with Detroit’s Mayor Kilpatrick and his staff in mid June. “We are going to make Detroit the world leader in Hydrogen and high-speed rail, almost over night” he continued “Of the many laudable undertakings I have devoted my life and career to, this one will have the greatest effect on improving the US Economy and the global energy crisis. For every mile of the Traveler we install, we get about a mega-watt per hour. When we hit two thousand miles of installed rail in four to five years of production, we will have a solar network that measures up to 2 giga-watts, or just about the same output as the Hoover Dam.”
“The socioeconomic impact for the betterment of the US economy in truly staggering!” said Dr. Jack Shulman, Co-Chair of the American Computer Scientist Association. The ACSA discovered the Traveler several years ago and invited the Founder to participate in the ACSA VISTA business incubator program based in Cranford New Jersey. “We could not believe our eyes” Dr. Shulman continued “We tore this young man’s business plans apart and found only that he understated the capabilities of his invention just to help people grasp the enormity of his plans. It did not take us long to realize that we were looking at the largest construction project in modern history and a solid path forward into a clean and green energy economy.”
To learn more about what is just ahead, visit the Interstate Traveler Website: