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Example JPods network around Denver Airport:

CO_DenverAirport_01 from Bill James on Vimeo.


The Governor of Colorado issues an Executive Order granting Rights of Way access for commercial demonstrations of transportation networks that are at least 5 times the efficiency of roads based on:

  • Solar Mobility Act (as adopted in Bengaluru Indiapassed in Secaucus, NJ, pending in MA legislature).
    • Build with private capital.
    • Operate without government subsidies.
    • Exceed 5 times the energy efficiency of highways.
    • Exceed the safety of highway.
    • Gather 2 megawatt-hours of energy per mile per typical day.
    • Pay 5% of gross revenues for use of air space over city streets.
    • Regulate based on the ASTM F24 Theme Park Standards:
      • 4.5 per million injury-rate when regulated by Theme Park Standards.
      • 106 deaths per million regulated by DOT.
      • Widely used in Missouri.
      • Existing enforcement and insurance.
      • Existing common law.
  • Franchise Ordinance

The legislature passes these laws. As filed in the Massachusetts Legislature, S1970.

Solving Traffic Problems Pays to Create Jobs:

As soon as a known cost of regulation is defined, capital will invest to convert current traffic costs into value people of Missouri $13.8 billion per year. At least $7 billion per year of these costs can be recovered by combining the efficiency of freight rail with the on-demand service of the Internet. 

Background Information and Videos

Why an Executive Order and Law are Required:

Technically, no law should be required to innovate in America. As explained in five Presidentail veto messages, Federal infrastructure monopolies are unconstitutional. The framers voted 8 states to 3 on Sept 14, 1787 to restrict Federal roads to no more than delivering letters in defense of free speech. They did not want to mix war-making powers with commercial self-interest; the Boston Tea Party had been a lesson in that defect.

Unfortunately Federal policies violated the Preamble's divided sovereignty as explained in Federalist #45:

"The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite. The former will be exercised principally on external objects, as war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce; with which last the power of taxation will, for the most part, be connected. The powers reserved to the several States will extend to all the objects which, in the ordinary course of affairs, concern the lives, liberties, and properties of the people, and the internal order, improvement, and prosperity of the State."

Until the courts declared the Federal communications monopoly unconstitutional in 1982, communications innovation was stifled in the near century of rotary telephones. Here is a 1968 video of the Mother of All Demos showing nearly every technology in the Internet. America On Line did not begin until 1983. This 1994 video of the Today Show of "What is the Internet"

When the Federal government violates the Constitition it is unsafe for capital to invest. Afer the Constitution was enforced, millions of jobs are created. Liberty is the source of the "general welfare"

Government must obey Constitutions for capital to invest. Federalist #62, Madison

"What prudent merchant will hazard his fortunes in any new branch of commerce when he knows not but that his plans may be rendered unlawful before they can be executed? What farmer or manufacturer will lay himself out for the encouragement given to any particular cultivation or establishment, when he can have no assurance that his preparatory labors and advances will not render him a victim to an inconstant government? In a word, no great improvement or laudable enterprise can go forward which requires the auspices of a steady system of national policy."

The Governor's Executive Order will do for transportation what the courts did for communications in 1982. Restoring liberty to innovate will convert traffic costs into jobs.

Links to:

10x Benefits of Solar Powered Mobility Networks


Remove Parasitic Mass 
The problem with pollution and traffic congestion is we are moving two tons to move a person. JPods remove the Parasitic Mass and repetitive applications of power required from Start-Stop traffic. To illustrate how little energy is required, we allowed people to push a JPods mobilie network setup in front of Boston City Hall as part of Boston Green Fest. The small girl is pushing her mother. Judeth (75 years old) pushes a JPods vehicle with 3 people.

Remove Parasitic Mass from Bill James on Vimeo.



MOA_Radisson_Station from Bill James on Vimeo.

Kitty Hawk Network:  

The Wright Brothers flew 120 feet and changed the world. Kitty Hawk Networks are commerical grade examples of how traffic congestion, pollution, accidents can be solved. There is a lot of buzz today about self-driving cars. Self-driving cars are important digital devices. JPods digitizes the networks into the Physical Internet®.

SMAAASH Kitty Hawk Network 20170426 from Bill James on Vimeo.



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