Zero Emissions Targeting transport. Preliminary pilot proposal

 

MOBILISE AND CONNECT COMMUNITIES - REMOVE CARBON AND CONGESTION


  1. PROJECT AIM - Prove the best way to enable ELECTRIC VEHICLES shared transport in a common scenario
  2. PROJECT BENEFITS - Eliminate* emissions, vastly improve community transport, traffic, parking, socioeconomics and ambiance
  3. PROJECT OUTCOME - Match priority transport and governance goals with imperative sustainability needs, build a replicable model to roll out

     

     

    SUCCESS MEANS A MODEL FOR ALL AROUND AUSTRALIA AND FURTHER AFIELD!

    It also meshes precisely with existing initiatives, plans and programs - parknride, paytopark, preferential plate recognition technologies etc. 

     

    Pilot proposal placed centrally in Noosa. 

    Concise situation

    A cluster of neighboring estates occupancy numbers tripling in just a few years. Their 3 existing bus stops and turnarounds are at present hardly utilised in spite of all the communities travel going right by! The bulk of trips are into the town center with all amenities and a central bus station. There are four schools and five community centers* including the Aquatic center that tie in. The main sporting grounds 'Girraween complex' are also facilitated. And access to essential services as well as entertainment areas. Other precincts en route could benefit too. Carshare and or a commuter vehicle component could contribute key synergistic solutions plus open up a new non conflicting connection feeding into the towns main transport terminal and network. To move more people with less carbon and congestion this is THE perfect pilot project.

     

    purely conceptual possibility

     

    *Noosa Aquatic Center, Tennis club, Bicentennial gym, The J, Courthouse.

     

     

    Addressing the largest emissions segment, reference the Australian Climate Change Authority:

    A.C.C.A. Conclusion:
    'Improving the efficiency of road passenger transport using existing technologies is one of the lowest cost emissions reduction opportunities in the Australian economy.'

     

    Existing expressions of support are already forthcoming from key stakeholders such as Zero Emissions Noosa, the estates, resort, local MP, councillors, community bodies and importantly platform providers such as BRIDJ. Please send your support directly to xplor4.

     

    Potential partners

     

     

                                           

     

    Professional xplor4 consultancy can progress this exciting pilot proposal pending funding support.

     

    This is a fantastic opportunity for business, and the future. We are actively seeking funding for feasibility study. For any query, input, ideas, contribution or feedback please contact m:0419 674 584  or email@xplor4.com 

     

     

     

     

     M. Colefax

     Related link: https://xplor4.com/blogs/news/queenslands-1st-electric-bus