Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Best Lanesplitting Article Yet!

Click here for Gizmag article on Lanesplitting


Tuesday, August 26, 2014

IBM People for Smarter Cities

Click here for short video
This video shows my vision of the future that I had 32 years ago, and started working on full-time over 16 years ago.
Simply observing a pack of motorcycles on the freeway proves that narrow lanes are not required to increase lane capacity with narrow cars, however, what a great incentive it would be some time in the future, as demonstrated in the video.

Monday, July 28, 2014

Filtering now Legal in New South Wales, Australia

Filtering was just made legal in New South Wales, Australia.
Click Here for Video Interview on Filtering.
Previously, filtering, or lanesplitting has been illegal in all of Australia. This is a rare case where the formerly illegal practice has been made legal for safety and congestion-relief concerns.
NSW has defined filtering as legal as long as done at under 30 kph. They define lanesplitting as illegal, as that is the term that they have defined for splitting lanes at over 30 kph. In the United States, however, the terms are virtually synonymous, and to do it legally, in California, for example, must simply be done in a safe manner.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Tango Story on New Zealand's most popular News Program

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New HBO series "Silicon Valley" premiers tonight with Tango

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Monday, February 10, 2014

Great article on lanesplitting also shows the Tango!

Click Here: Motorcycle Myths Debunked: Part 5
This a great article on lanesplitting that points out the benefits and dangers, most of which are mitigated by doing it in a Tango.


Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Why the Tango can solve problems that no amount of money invested in public transit can solve!

It is so obvious that single-occupant drivers using side-by-side seating, thus taking up an entire lane on the freeway, is the precise source of traffic congestion, that any 3rd-grade kid can understand it immediately after looking at this graph. Why then are we wasting time and investing $billions in solutions that don't work, when the answer is so simple?

Maybe it's hard to imagine half of all commuters buying narrow vehicles to get to work.

Maybe it's not so hard to imagine that rather than spend taxpayer's $billions for building rail and widening freeways, that for a small fraction of the cost, narrow, freeway-capable vehicles like the Tango could be purchased and leased to commuters to give them the same mobility that they are accustomed to, with better safety, maintaining their private space to store items that they like to keep near them, and all the benefits of a car, yet able to travel at freeway speeds at over double the lane density of cars, instead of sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic.

The Tango is the only product in existence that can solve the problem that is so well demonstrated in the above graph.