Paris to Mexico City Central Corridor
The Oldest & # 1 TRANSPORTATION CORRIDOR
Europe America Intermodal Hydrogen Transportation System
Technology for the 21st Century is ready to meet the needs of the world for fast clean Transportation through cheap clean renewable resources, Hydrogen-Electric High-Speed Train Transportation.
High-Speed Rail Transportation
1. North America
800 miles of track between Fairbanks, Alaska and the Canadian Rail Road this connects North America
(considered a short Spur, in Railroad terms)
2. Alaska and Russia
Short Bridge between Alaska and Russia this connects America, China and Europe
The Bering Straight migration theory suggests that humans began crossing the Bering Straight as early as 15,000 B.C.
The area of the Bering Land Bridge, called by some scholars “Beringia” is thought to have been a 500-mile wide swath of land covered with tundra-like vegetation used by both humans and animals to cross into the North American arctic regions and beyond.
This swath of land is thought to have been created 20,000 to 25,000 years ago, near the end of the Pleistocene (Ice Ages).
Continental glaciers forming in the northern hemisphere locked up so much water that the level of the oceans are thought to have dropped more than 300 feet lower than present levels.
Upgrade to twin Track High Speed Rail
this will give the world 200 years of Economic Development