Priya Living is an interesting example of a partial version of the Intentional Communities we describe in Driving Tomorrow. Started to handle the needs of his aging parents, Arun Paul somewhat accidentally developed what is becoming a family of these communities. Existing senior facilities didn’t provide the community features has […]
Driving Tomorrow Actively Supports All 7 Pillars of Richard Florida’s Strategy for A More Productive Urbanism
Richard Florida defines 7 strategic pillars for a more productive urbanism in his book The New Urban Crisis: How Our Cities Are Increasing Inequality, Deepening Segregation, And Failing the Middle-Class – And What We Can Do About It. The innovations and strategies in Driving Tomorrow actively support each of the 7 pillars of […]
This study describes near-term opportunities to implement mobility technologies in cities, suburbs and rural areas, with a focus on seniors. This expands on technology concepts described in the 2019 book Driving Tomorrow: Our Roadmap to Sustainable Transportation, Infrastructure, and Cities, by Warren Gifford and David Turock. Continuous Convoy technology provides non-stop, […]
Buses designed for continuous convoy operation significantly improve passenger capacity, convenience, and speed in comparison with conventional buses. Existing buses require considerable passenger mobility and induce a variety of delays: getting to the bus stop, climbing up the entry (even with kneeling buses, this is a challenge for many people, […]
Table of Contents for Driving Tomorrow: Our Roadmap for Sustainable Transportation, Infrastructure and Cities
Table of contents for Driving Tomorrow: Our Roadmap for Sustainable Transportation, Infrastructure and Cities, by Warren Gifford & David Turock. Now available on Amazon, both electronic and paperback. Join the drive for more sustainable technologies. Introduction: A quick trip from Washington, DC to the Adirondacks, all while reading a novel, […]
This Excel file calculates the maximum capacity and corresponding energy use for Continuous Convoys & En Route Sequencing. The model also calculates costs for vehicles, power, and Autonomous-Ways.
This file describes the Continuous Convoys & En Route Sequencing technique and derives the equations for maximum capacity and corresponding energy use.
What if you could travel at 65 mph using 100 watts of power – less than sitting at home? What if you could safely read, rest, or talk while traveling? What if the transportation system is so fast and efficient it can deliver your dose of medications and your favorite […]
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