Curb rights

Marcy, I got the biik yeaterday, and so far it looks just like the
long 1997 Klein articke posted above. Mr. Kein is loong on ideas and
short on specifics. He envisions a cooperative citygovernment.I have
been reading and thinking and if nobody else works on this, I eill
presevt ideas and drafts by the third, Notive I said ideas and drafts
in the plural.

Curb rights are completely different animals on lightly travekked
routes and heavily travekked routed.

We have a scheduled system that is subsidized with network advantages,
so an argurment for competing on highly travelled routes is valid.

The biggest quwstion in designing a prop is how can we design an
entity to sell the curb rights in appropriate amounts .

Has anybody else read the articles. Please do, as I may be abright guy
well versed in econoomics, but I need help especiallu from peopple who
know city politics, know muni, the transit layout of the city, and who
have ideeas on how to make this as libertarian as possible and as
workable as possible.

Read and think!! please


--- In, "Amarcy D. Berry"
<amarcyb@h...> wrote:


So much to digest, and I am behind on my promise to read everything
this weekend. I was following your excellent arguments for
advocating "green" transport, keeping the campaing positive,
establishing a board; but I fell down on the ownership of the curb by
specific entities. OK, I will order Klein's book and brush up on
what you are saying.



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