Solar Cycle Route
Solar Cycle Route is a patented system of closed-circuit elevated cycle
tracks which produces solar power from the panels which form its roof.
As well as taking cyclists and pedestrians, the system can also be used
to transport small packages, in tubes beneath the structure.
cyclists each transport a small cargo of plastic bottles on their
bicycle, and in this way transport waste plastic for recycling. The
plastic will be converted into a useful resource and will help finance
university scholarships for young people as part of a larger youth and
system will rent a bicycle to users who do not have one of their own.
The guards at each stop collect fares, organize bicycle rental and
ensure security on the route. (A source of employment for the cities).
The user pays a small fare if he does not have a bicycle of his own and
has to use one belonging to the system. Those who have their own
bicycle or prefer to walk pay a little less. The other
“price” of this transport system is the
responsibility to take a small cargo of plastic bottles on the bicycle,
and so the system moves the city’s waste plastic.
Cycle Route users don’t need to spend to buy their own
bicycle, nor worry about its maintenance or where to store it. They
have all the benefits of cycling, without the investment. They have a
safe, clean, pollution-free route, lit at night and with panoramic
views of the city.
suggests this concept of the Solar Cycle Route as a solution for the
city of Quito and potentially other cities of the world. The
city of Loja, in the south of Ecuador, is currently analysing the
possibility of implementing a Solar Cycle Route. This clean,
green, eco-friendly transport system reduces traffic congestion and
lowers the number of journeys for parcel services and waste collection.
The Solar Cycle Route offers healthy exercise for its users, protects
them from pollution, sun, rain and the risk of being hit by traffic. It
offers panoramic views and is a tourist attraction.
Solar Cycle Route will produce electrical energy for its own operations
and for other uses in the city. For example, 30Km of Solar Cycle Route
will produce 16 Mega Watts. The construction of this sustainable
transport infrastructure is rapid (less than a year) as well as
economical to install and simple to maintain. City councils interested
in using this patented system contact us at
with all of CRACYP’s projects, the Solar Cycle Route will
maintain an obligation to plant trees, based on use of the system, and
in this way it will generate more benefits for the city and its
eco-friendly transport system of elevated cycle route
with solar panelled roof
- sustainable transport infrastructure to
reduce urban traffic congestion
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