Transportation experts have developed a “trolley” for transporting freight in the United States, with trains traveling between Buffalo and New York City, bypassing most major urban areas.

The system was created by Buffalo-based TransCanada Corp., and was developed to serve the Buffalo, Buffalo-New York region.

“It’s a way to get people out of their cars and to do things like grocery shopping or grocery shopping with the convenience of a train,” said Terry O’Sullivan, vice president of TransCanada’s Transportation Operations division.

It’s an entirely new type of transport, with no cars, no cars to run, and the capacity to move more than 10 million tonnes of freight a day, O’Shells says.

“This is not a car-centric transportation system.

It is a new type and a new technology that will benefit the whole of the U.S.,” O’shells said.

“We’re looking to expand this to the entire country.”

The system uses a rail-like track system.

The trains travel along a track made up of multiple layers of steel and concrete that is separated from each other by two steel walls.

A train is a rail car, with the floor and ceiling separated from the upper level.

There is a platform underneath each train car, but it is not connected to the outside world by a connecting cable.

The platforms are connected to a second steel platform, the third platform, and then the fourth and final platform.

There are six platforms on each train, and they’re connected by a central platform and a central cable.

Each platform is also connected to another platform, which connects the two other platforms.

The entire system is capable of carrying a capacity of 10 million tons.

A second rail car with a capacity between 10 million and 20 million tons can travel from Buffalo to New York in less than 24 hours.

That’s a lot of cars.

There’s also a third rail car which can carry a capacity up to 20 million.

It can also travel between Buffalo to San Diego in about eight hours.

The new rail system is designed to provide an economical and safe alternative to conventional rail systems.

The goal is to provide more than one day of transportation between two cities for each passenger, and to allow more people to move between the cities in less time than it takes to drive.

It also has the added benefit of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

TransCanada also plans to expand the system to other cities in the Buffalo-Buffalo area.

The project is expected to be completed by 2022, with full service starting in 2021.

It will have about 3,200 workers working on the project.

The company expects the system will help the Buffalo area become an economic powerhouse.

“The region is a major economic engine, a major transportation hub for the country,” O’Shea said.

The TransCanada system is part of the Trans-Canada Partnership (TPP), a free trade agreement between the U, Canada, the U and Mexico.

The agreement aims to create a “global framework” for the future of the global economy, and will help to create jobs and spur economic growth in the region.

The Buffalo region has a population of about 10 million, according to the U., and about 5 million of those people live in the area.

“In the last 25 years, we’ve had a massive boom in Buffalo.

We’ve seen an influx of companies, new housing, and a tremendous amount of activity,” O’dSullivan said.

TransCanadian is a member of the International Union for the Improvement of Transportation, which is a trade group.

The trade group is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization that provides advice to governments and other organizations on trade policy and trade agreements.

O’ Shells is a board member of Trans-Trans Partnership.

The American Public Transportation Association is an association of transportation professionals, including engineers, project managers, planners, and other professionals who work to develop and implement transportation projects.

The organization supports a broad range of public transportation projects in the U for both local and national purposes, and is a national leader in public transportation research.