Here are places we have been working on. Where would you like to see Solar Personal Rapid Transit first? Click on images to enlarge them.
Connect North Station to South Station and the Convention Center and other major destinations in South Boston’s Seaport District and connect along Dorchester Avenue to provide access to jobs. Go to http://www.jpods.com/seaport for a progress update.
Connect ferries and train stations along the coast and Route 128. Connect from the Carousel at Nantasket Beach in Hull along George Washington Boulevard to Hingham and along Route 3A from Cohasset and Hingham, with a link to the Hingham Shipyard and ferry, to Weymouth and to the Quincy Center MBTA Station. Where would you like to have stations along the way?
Use the Grand Juncton rail right of way to connect Kendall Square in Cambridge with Union Square and Prospect Hill in Somerville. Continue on to connect to Allston and Chelsea and East Boston.
Connect along Washington Street from Forest Hills to Roslindale Village. Continue to connect from the Dedham Mall and West Roxbury to Downtown Boston. Provide Solar PRT along Washington Street in Roxbury that used to be served by the elevated Orange Line.
Connect along Blue Hill Avenue. Cross-connect.
Solar Personal Rapid Transit can help fulfill UMass/Boston Chancellor J. Keith Motley’s vision to “significantly enhance the face of the campus and its layout on the scenic Columbia Point Peninsula in a way that invites and welcomes the Greater Boston community to interact with its public university.”
Connect neighborhoods and business districts with the Fairmount Line.