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Zones within Pittsburgh's busiest business districts at rush hours that restrict vehicles that are occupied with less than two people.

Zones within Pittsburgh's busiest business districts at rush hours that restrict vehicles that are occupied with less than two people.

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Zones within Miami-Dade's busiest business districts at rush hours that restrict vehicles that are occupied with less than two people.

Zones within Miami-Dade's busiest business districts at rush hours that restrict vehicles that are occupied with less than two people.

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Franklin commented on Green Zones

Thank you Diana.
Just updated it.

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Franklin commented on Green Zones

Hi Tom:
Thank you for the excellent question. A good example of what a high traffic Green Zone would look like is featured in the photo above, which indicates the surrounding areas of Downtown Grand Rapids. However, the areas established as Green Zones would be totally left up to the residents on the Citizens Mobility Authority that make up the panel.

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Franklin commented on Green Zones

Hi Eduardo,
Excellent question! Great ideas are born everyday! Your question just lead me to think about including an app pairing carpoolers together to enhance the user experience. That way you can view the profiles of others wanting to carpool and maybe even discover some friends that are coming into those Green Zone areas that you may not have otherwise known about.
This system is all about options. Just added another one to the list. Thanks!!