RICHMOND (CBS SF) — The Richmond City Council on Tuesday will consider adopting a resolution to support a local company and its new elevated rail system that it touts as environmentally friendly and uniquely adaptable.

City leaders will consider co-sponsoring an upcoming regional town hall meeting during which Richmond-based CyberTran International Inc. will introduce its rail system to residents.

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The company is developing and manufacturing a programmable elevated rail system that runs on solar power, a system the company refers to as Ultralight Rail Transit.

“(The) system is not only being designed here in Richmond, it will be manufactured here as well, generating hundreds of well-paying manufacturing jobs for Contra Costa County residents,” CyberTran CEO Dexter Vizinau said in a statement.

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The company’s officials said Richmond leaders have been working to help facilitate the system being built and deployed in the city.

The system is included in a proposal to connect the Richmond Parkway Transit Center with locations on the city’s waterfront, the site of planned residential development.

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The company invited the public to hear a discussion of the rail system at the City Council meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at 440 Civic Center Plaza.