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Turning $12.7 billion/year in Oklahoma traffic costs into Oklahoma jobs

Traffic costs the people of Oklahoma $12.7 billion/year. At least $7 billion per year of these costs can be recovered as customer savings, profits, and jobs building networks that combine the efficiency of freight rail with the on-demand service of the Internet. 

In 2017 about $28 billion was invested in mobility startups such as Uber and self-driving cars. These innovations apply digital technologies to improve mobility communication and digitize vehicles. In contrast JPods, Hyperloop, ET3, and others will digitize the mobility networks. This ditizing of mobility networks is likely become known as the Physical Internet®.

Crossing US 51 near Bass Pro, Broken Arrow, OK.

3D illustration of traveling on Kenosha Street, Broken Arrow, OK

3D illustration of traveling on Kenosha Street, Broken Arrow, OK

Starting at the Rose District on Main Street, moving to Elm Street, the Hospitality District, Hospital, Bass Pro, Target, and back to the Rose District.


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Following are images and clips of a JPods network in Broken Arrow. If cities and the State of Oklahoma act quickly to create a regulatory framework that allows innovation, the Oklahoma may become to the Physical Internet what Omaha is to railroads, Detroit is to cars, and Silicon Valley is to computers.

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