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, 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.