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Modern Mass Transit is building it easier for commuters, chiefly with the most up-to-date inter linking wireless technologies. Many buses, rail user trains, shuttles and even trolley cars now have WiFi wireless mainframe approach so no one is out of touch at some stage in the journey time. This is being done now in Baltimore to NY trains and in Sacramento to San Francisco Trains gratitude to Amtrak. After all we now have WiFi hotspots at McDonalds, Kinko's, Book Stores, Starbucks, Airports and hotel lobbies already.

By having these services we can get citizens to stay out of their cars and enjoy the convert and or take a high speed train on their next trip; not to allusion save the petrol which is approaching $3. 00 per gallon. Once the approach is built the operational costs are comparatively low bearing in mind the costs of escalating airports which tend to have recurring trends at some stage in boom and bust years and thus hard to administer your ROI, with gates befitting empty and then new gates which need to be built in the up cycle. One only has to admire the sector rotations of the airline conscientiousness and take a trip all through the California desert and look at Billions of dollars of Airliners session hibernated which may never be used again. Amid the ruthless price wars, Liquidation tactics and now era of Intercontinental Terrorism we need to alter our haulage approach to consist of other redundancy methods, which can bring the speed and comfort that we use to have in Business-related Aviation.

We have only a duo Countrywide Bus Companies that cede citizens crosswise the country. We need to indemnify buses are safe also in the era of Global Terrorism and at the same time we need to become more intense usage and ridership. New organized wireless technologies can do both. Since you are by now on the Internet you can send video feed back to the authority and be in command of for the mass transit coordination and constantly monitor.

Providing services to commuters and protection at the same time will bring riders back and let's face it no one wants to pay $85. 00 each week to fill up their SUV with gasoline. Now is a good time to coax the community back to the mass transit systems we have previously set up and better the economies of scale to make those old inflated proformas used to float the bond amount a reality. Can know-how actually do all that? Maybe it can. Think about it.

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative opinion and exceptional perspectives, come think with Lance; www. WorldThinkTank. net/wttbbs



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