søndag 24. oktober 2010

New measures make TrafficLogistics even more eatable

New guarantee makes TrafficLogistics even more attractive;
Those having read what TrafficLogistics really contains, will have noticed the number of free passes (say 50 per year) given to all car commuters, --for use in emergency situations (doctor, job,etc).(Carrot1)

Another "carrot" (carrot2) is now available; namely a guarantee  to get smooth and almost seamless into the destination place inside the city, if planned bus or train journey should fail one day (the train/bus service to bring the commuter from the park'n ride into the city).

If such train/bus connection fail, the car driver will be allowed to continue the car journey into the city.

Flere "gulrøtter" gjør TrafikkLogistikk attraktivt

Nye tiltak gjør TrafikkLogistikk veldig spiselig
De som har gjort forsøk på å sette seg inn i hva TrafikkLogistikk går ut på, har selvfølgelig lagt merke til at bilister som i utgangspunktet er henvist til kollektive transportmidler i rushtiden, er tildelt et antall, -si 50-, frie passeringer pr år i påkomne tilfeller av akutte behov; jobb/lege,mv.(benevnt Gulrot 1)

TrafikkLogistikk er ikke ferdig utviklet, og nye justeringer vil komme.

Nyeste tiltak ("gulrøtter") som medvirker til at fremtidens trafikksystem blir veldig attraktivt er garantien for at reisende skal kunne komme seg inn til byen, selv om/ om kollektive transportmidler en dag skulle svikte;
dvs. Gulrot 2:
Dersom matpakkebilisten , -som henvises til å parkere bilen på innfartsparkeringen og ta buss eller tog videre mot byen-, en dag opplever at planlagte tog eller buss ikke funker, da skal bilisten få tillatelse til å fortsette sin biltur inn til sin destinasjon inne i byen. (utgangspunktet er at kollektivruter skal bringe de reisende "sømløst" i rimelig nærhet til reisendes bestemmelsessted)

mandag 18. oktober 2010

Increased international meeting on TrafficLogistics blog

Country number 34 to visit TrafficLogistics blog, = Singapore
Welcome to what I and increasing number of people believe is the future traffic system; a PRIORITY system during congested hours , i.e peaks, rush-hours. Let's go together on this challenge. 

lørdag 16. oktober 2010

Call for Papers TrafficLogistics?

Call for papers TrafficLogistics is not exactly what I want
This call is for a few people looking for a challenge to improve rush hour city traffic, working together as a team via internet mainly to promote and develop the super TrafficLogistics concept.

fredag 15. oktober 2010

increased international visits on TrafficLogistics blog

Growing interest in TrafficLogistics
Hong Kong is country number 33 to visit this blog. Congratulations!  Spread the good news.

tirsdag 12. oktober 2010

mandag 11. oktober 2010

A system to trust and rely on

11 steps towards traffic improvement (= TrafficLogistics) 
This blog gives a "recipe" how to develop the priority traffic system for the future. Please look some pages back. No more ecconomic restrictions (rush hour pricing) and fighting to get into the city. TrafficLogistics = predictable smooth flow, the best for industry and logistcs providers. Plus a number of other benefits. 

lørdag 9. oktober 2010

USA still number two

32 COUNTRIES
Lithuania yesterday.  Welcome and congratulations. Keep spreading the good news about TrafficLogistics.

onsdag 6. oktober 2010

A shift in international response on the Trafficlogistics blog?

People from 31 countries have visited this blog
Slovenia and Jordan "respondents" have dropped in on the TrafficLogistics blog during the past days. Congratulations! Even more good news: number of people have over the past week increased by a large percentage. USA- people in particular, also Norwegians. We are still looking for cooperating people, to exchange views on how to penetrate into a given case in some city somewhere....  See you!

mandag 4. oktober 2010

tillatt for Forskningsrådet å ta initiativ?

Trettiåtte besøk på bloggen min på lørdag. Disse andre kjente pop-bloggene har høye besøkstall, men for meg er trettiåtte inspirerende. Smalt tema, ikke sant. Interessen for TrafikkLogistikk er økende, det kan jeg slå fast.

lørdag 2. oktober 2010

competition

1. What have these cities in common?:
Beijing, Mexico City, Sao Paulo, Berlin, Moscow

2. How long is the longest traffic queue ever recorded?