LEGO, the makers of the popular bricks, have unveiled a futuristic subway system that will be able to carry people from one station to the next, from a stop to a stop.
The system will be built on top of the current subway system in Beijing, where the first two stations have been built and will connect two platforms.
The design is reminiscent of the futuristic Lego City, the futuristic sci-fi series that ran from 2011 to 2014.
The first two new stations are expected to open in 2018 and 2020.
The new system will run on the new subway network, and the new stations will have underground lifts.
It will also be connected to the existing underground stations.
The LEGO design looks very futuristic, but it’s not entirely so.
The designers say they were able to create a model that’s both safe and practical.
The model has been designed to operate on both underground and underground stations, but will be more practical for people walking, biking and walking on foot.
The main subway station, which will be the first one in Beijing to open, will be a two-storey building that’s just 6 metres high.
The building will have a floor area of 8,000 square metres.
The next station will be in Wuhan, and will be 4,500 metres high and have a base floor of 2,500 square metres, according to the official launch video.
The stations will be connected by a subway system called the “Great Wall of China,” which is set to open this summer.
The Great Wall is expected to be China’s largest subway system, and it will connect the capital with the provinces of Guangdong and Hunan.
The city’s subway system will cost $18.5 billion and will consist of three stations.
It was originally scheduled to be completed by 2021, but has been delayed twice, due to the financial crisis.
The subway system is being built by China Construction Engineering Group, which is the same company that designed the Metro System in Los Angeles, and is owned by a consortium of Chinese and U.S. investors.
The Chinese government has also invested $1.6 billion in the system.
The U.K. is currently considering whether or not to make the subway a national asset.