Unconventional Marine Carriers envisions a whole new marine transit system. Most people don't live near water, but hundreds of thousands of commuters must drive across major rivers every day. This book illustrates a hydrogen fuel transit system that would get many people to their jobs faster, more conveniently, than driving.
The system is unconventional, because this system could be converted, within minutes, from a routine commuter transit system into a means to evacuate thousands of people from an area due to terrorist attack. A safe transit system, flexible, and practical, it would also create tens of thousands of engineering, and non-technical jobs.
Unconventional Marine Carriers is about integrating transportation into a system that includes automobiles, buses, and a new variety of marine technology. The book describes an automated marine technology for linking other types of transportation. This is something new. Many illustrations complement the text