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Highlights: Modern metropolitan transportation systems are becoming increasingly strained by growing populations and limited space. Yet hope remains for an alternative future driven by innovative transportation methods, which we shine a light on in the photos below. Photos: CFP

A man takes his wife and children for a ride on a dragon-shaped electric vehicle through the streets of Zhoukou, Central China’s Henan Province, on August 15, 2012. The green dragon stretches 7 meters in length and weighs 50 kilograms, and was designed and built by Kang Mingzhi, a 63-year-old local farmer.




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Liu Fulong, a 49-year-old carpenter living in Shenyang, Northeast China’s Liaoning Province, takes his self-made wooden electric car for a drive on December 30, 2014. It took Liu 10 months to finish the construction of his wooden vehicle.


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Xiao Lei, carrying his girlfriend behind him, rides an amphibious bicycle created by his teacher Li Weiguo at the Yangzte River in Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei Province, on June 29, 2011.


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A boat car built by Mark Ray, a nautical fanatic, is seen parked on the roadside on May 23, 2015, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Ray spent a total of $6,000 to salvage the previously sunken boat, turning it into a car by using parts from a GMC Jimmy.


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Tang Zhenping tests his self-made wind-powered car on the streets of Tongzhou, Beijing, on May 19, 2012.


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Joe Tomaro, 58, drives his modified rocket car on August 21, 2015, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Tomaro bought the rocket ship from a private seller in 2005, and transformed it into a car to relive the time he spent in a local amusement park during his childhood.


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Tribesmen sit astride their wooden scooters, ready for a wooden scooter race during the Imbayah Festival in Banaue, Philippines, on April 27, 2014. Banaue is famous for its Ifugao Rice Terraces, which are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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