What if cars were just the right size for getting around town? What if they were only as big as they needed to be? What if people could cut their transportation budgets in half, or more? What if people could get places faster by going slower?
LEAN networks can make all of this possible, and more —saving lives, health, money, and our planet.
Think for a moment about historic shifts that have swept entire industries. Cell phones leapfrogged over landlines making telecommunications accessible to the world. Personal computing leapfrogged over centralized systems, creating industries where none existed and products that are now woven into our lives. In both cases, the big idea was to think small.
Something similar can happen in transportation. The challenge is to do it right, with public safety as the prime directive, and with profound respect for the needs of drivers of conventional vehicles.
All it takes is a change in our thinking. We invite you to join us in rethinking transportation.
What can a story of an outsider tell us about spurring innovation? Watch this video to find out. The Power of Outsiders tells the story of a transportation paradigm shift that transformed the global economy. New York Times, 2:37