Conga – radical interurban transit

I have been thinking about how we could improve interurban passenger transport on our strategic roads ever since reading an article about Alan Storkey’s work by George Monbiot in The Guardian in 2006. My initial ideas where based on constructing new coachway interchanges at key points along the transport network, before switching to a more radical approach based on vehicles that can dock end-to-end in motion to transfer passengers without the need for changes to the infrastructure:

I have some good support for this project and an offer of seed funding, and am now in process of establishing a not-for-profit organisation in Ipswich to develop the idea. I am also looking for people to help with business development, software development and communications.