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Take My Idea, Please: Commuter Transportation In Rural Areas




Public transportation is a fact of life in most big cities.

Alas, many rural areas remain cut off from access to public transportation.
What if we created a transportation zone of sorts within the rural areas?

On the face of it, building a transportation zone in a rural area would be counter-intuitive.

However, lack of transportation is one of the reasons why so many in the rural areas are not able to access the resources that they need.

1. Where can a transportation zone be established?
Colleges, Main streets,malls, and tourist destinations.

2. What would the transportation zones contain?
A transportation depot center with restaurants, stores with pharmacies, etc. Hours can be from 6 am to 10 pm on the weeknights and until midnight on the weekends. It can run throughout the year.

3. How many miles would the transportation zone cover?
The transportation zone would span 150 mile corridor.

4. What about transport to the airport?
There could be a special shuttle for the airport.

5. What would the transportation schedule be like?
 The rural commuter transportation zone could be broken down in the following ways:

3 morning commuter buses, 3 mid-afternoon commuter buses, and 3 evening commuter buses.






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