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This brief presentation details the seven applications most commonly envisaged for a Texxi deployment. ...

This brief presentation details the seven applications most commonly envisaged for a Texxi deployment.

They are Commuter, Corporate, Shopping, Big Event, Tourist, School Run and Evening Economy.

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    The 7 Modes of Texxi The 7 Modes of Texxi Presentation Transcript

    • 7 Modes of Texxi
    • 7 Modes of TexxiA description of the seven operating modes typicallyoperable within a Transit Exchange Deployment
    • Commuter Taking customers from transit hubs to their homes or offices
    • Big Event Transport solutions for large scale festivals and events, particularly where parking is limited
    • Big EventThe stadium would benefit from a shareof the revenues accrued in transportingpeople to and from the events.
    • Big Event Appropriate Policing could be financed by such an arrangement, eliminating the need to raise new taxes
    • Corporate Virtual Private Travel, enabling staff members, executives and their clients to make use of a luxury fleet of coaches to get to work
    • CorporateNow even smaller start-up businesses couldsetup at business parks and offer theiremployees the kind of travel perks usuallyreserved only for corporate behemoths.
    • School RunSchool-age children could now share direct transport to andfrom school in appropriate vehicles
    • Evening Economy Restaurant patrons and restaurant businesses would benefit from cheaper travel
    • Evening EconomyUnaccompanied women would benefit from ascheme permitting them to travel safelyalone
    • Tourist Shared transit for tourists beyond fixed routes
    • Tourist A way to hail vehicles independent of language and to request services such as a translator
    • Tourist A means to allow tourists on visits to a city to easily visit relatively remote destinations while sharing revenue between the broker and the mode licence buyer (the cruise company)
    • Tourist A better, cheaper and faster way to get tourists from the airports into the city centre
    • Shoppingon-the-fly, door-to-mall travel to andfrom supermarkets
    • Shoppingor shopping centres
    • Other Potential Combinations1. Soccer Mom Taxi Service (SMOTAS)2. Worship - Church / Synagogue / Mosque3. Extra-curricular (rock climbing, dry slope ski-ing, night clubs, beer-festivals)4. Going home AND picking up your kids5. E-Commerce Enabled Demand Responsive Urban Logistics - Restaurants use a version of the Post Office to deliver food.6. Getting transport in order to go shopping together with your neighbours
    • Other Combinations Worship Church / Synagogue / Mosque
    • Other CombinationsSoccer Mom Taxi Service (SMOTAS)
    • Other CombinationsGoing home AND picking up your kids
    • Urban Logistics Where a vehicle (taxi) from the urban logistics system enables you to have your dry cleaning picked up...
    • Urban Logistics Or delivered to you at your convenience
    • Further Reading ● The Demand Responsive Transit Exchange ● Transport - A New Beginning ● Texxi - Global Market Size Estimates ● Implementing a DRT Exchange System ● Market Makers and Liquidity Provision on DRT Exchanges