The Japanese government has announced a plan to build a network of high-tech automated conveyor belts. It will connect Tokyo and Osaka and will have zero emissions. The decision was prompted by the country's logistics crisis caused by a severe shortage of drivers and growing demand for freight transportation. The conveyor will consist of automated belts installed in tunnels under roads, on elevated tracks in the middle of highways and along the sides of highways. Its total length is about 500 kilometers. The developers claim that the conveyor's daily load flow will replace 25,000 trucks. Individual pallets will carry up to a ton of small goods and move without human intervention from one end to the other. The conveyor is planned to be put into operation by 2034.