Friday, January 13, 2023

Le voilà...

...tout est là: le monotone; la victimisation paranoïaque; l'illustration du niveau de personnalisation PeeChee. Et bien sûr, c'est un Anti-vaxxeur.

Friday, November 23, 2018

PRT Developer William Alden

William Alden died November 16 in Falmouth, Massacusetts. He was 92. Mr. Alden was married to Judith Alden for 67 years, was a descendant of the English colonist John Alden, served in the Navy, and graduated from Harvard. He created or served on the boards of a number of businesses and charities.

Saturday, August 18, 2018

That time Denver voters approved a PRT system

Looking amazingly like 2getthere's Masdar vehicle, the TTI prototype on display at the PRT Expo '73. Denver Library

Read Katie Rudolph's article for the Denver Library, Denver's 1970s Flirtation With Personal Rapid Transit.

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Taxi 2000 Exits

©MMXVIII The PRT NewsCenter
Long time pod transit company Taxi 2000 closed in mid-2017, exiting the business without achieving a demonstration facility or system in fare service. A shareholder letter obtained in January by the NewsCenter revealed that in 2016 Taxi 2000 lost an angel investor who held 49% of the company's shares.

Taxi 2000's demo in 2005. Ed Anderson is at left.

Friday, February 2, 2018

Following Freely

Part V of the IPERT Series

Email chatter picked up recently concerning Freely and Workman, therefore we thought it was time to check up on the Dotard Duo's internet presence.

Most of it is the same old stuff–except for this listing at MuseumsUSA, which lists "Roger Freely, Curator" at the Western Museum of Flight at 12016 Prairie Avenue in Hawthorne, CA.

It likely won't surprise you to learn that is not the address of the Western Museum of Flight.