Ithaca wants to be America's first podcar city
The thought of a driverless, computer-guided car transporting people where they want to go on demand is a futuristic notion to some.
To Jacob Roberts, podcars - or PRTs, for personal rapid transit - represent an important component in the here-and-now of transportation.
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#1 Oct 14, 2008
i think it would be nice for a few but if opened to the public the cost for keeping them clean and useable will be too costly and the company will tank the first year
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#2 Oct 16, 2008
As with all public-personal transports, I'm worried about what happens when you realize that you forgot your bag on the podcar, only to wind that you're unable to access the one you were riding--for whatever reason. That would probably happen to me very often.
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