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Movement Exchange

In our geographical area? Miami, Fl. We should build to move and not build to drown and go under the sea. We can build to move and exchange.

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In  our Geographical Area we build strong grounded and drown by the sea ( high tides) Hurricanes, Heat Waves, Poor Agricultural, Poor Traffic system, Poor accessibility to everything and even Medical & Police responses  due to traffic and business access as well. We should minimize car dealerships and reduce  automobiles sales. With energy efficient buses driving from pods to pods at 24 hours it will encourage lite walking and increase community health costs and extend life expectancy and increase revenue by double index.

Describe who will use your solution (1,000 characters)

A elevated natural solar energy train with additional power back-up , can move the city of miami, fl to Orlando fl within a Hour or for (X) reason of evacuation. We are using grounded ( Brightlight Train) and that is not the answer. Elevated trains have (zero) accidents.

Describe your solution's stage of development

  • Initial Design - you are still exploring the idea and have not tested it with users

Tell us about your team or organization (500 characters)

My team is myself experience at first hand of a everyday today field experience that money can't buy. I've been without a car and have had many cars. I have written buses and have relied on this broken public system for many years here in Miami, fl.

Size of your team or organization

  • I am submitting as an individual

Funding Request

  • No funding is required

Describe how you would pilot your idea (1000 characters)

The city of Miami Florida is a free fall in business locations. Is poorly diverse by locations and sectors. Some elderly might have to take a bus to go to their nearest grocery store and walk to far to grocery shop and probably get wet by a thunderstorm? a group of tourist standing on a sidewalk waiting for hours for a bus due to traffic jams that is hampering their pick-up? A bus stopping right at a very busy intersection causing massive traffic jam of one lane and even a deadly accident? how many business is that bus stop contributing to? one, two, twenty? My pilot would close the forest right lane for buses Only and select a route and continue this route for 24 hours and log how many people road the bus and the times, this will include one route to the mall, hospital, etc..

Describe how you would measure the success of your pilot (1000 characters)

if i got a good number of riders and feedback from the area commuters? i can see what business should go or stay, what is that specific sector needs and wants? what type of commuters live in that area? Does the area measure all the needs of the commuters? Cost efficient, movement exchange would mean add ons and take aways? if the commuters change the system changes with the commuters, NOT this one fit for all and Broken system we now have.

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Hi Robert - many thanks for your post here. It's nice and radical - I hope you get some comments from other Miami residents. Katie, Facilitator