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Would you like to go anywhere in Rochester, anytime of day, non-stop, without traffic, without pollution, without noise, and, with a certainty of travel time?

Building JPods networks in Rochester will save families a car payment per month and likely remove 20,000 cars from Rochester streets. Building JPods networks in Rochester would save $27 million per year:

  • Mayo Clinic employees would save about $18 million per year by cutting 6 car-miles each day on average:
    • 34,000 employees
    • 260 work days per year
    • 35 cent per passenger-mile to value
    • .613 pounds of CO2 per passenger-mile
  • Patients, and their families, would save at least $9 million per year:
    • 1.3 million patients/year would not need a car in Rochester, saving an estimaged 20 miles per visit.

JPods Networks are overhead rails from which ultralight vehicles carry people and cargo on-demand, non-stop from origin to destination. Solar collectors over the rails gather more energy than is required to power the networks.

Next time you get in an elevator and push the button, you are riding in a “vertical JPods”. JPods are a network of Horizontal-Elevators™.  

Pollution, congestion, and accidents are current traffic costs that can be recovered as profits and customer savings.

Building JPods networks, elevating the solar-powered mobility network above traffic, moving non-stop, converts 90% of urban traffic costs into profits and customer savings. 

JPods, the urban aspect of the Physical Internet®, provide on-demand mobility regardless of age, ability, or wealth.

Contract that allowed JPods to build solar-powered mobility networks in Shaxian, China. It is basically the law that Minnesota cities use to grant Right of Way to cable and power networks with Minnesota's regulation of theme park thrill rides:

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