Every customer wishes to have a Cab-Stop outside his own door. It would be technically no problem to have a Goods Delivery Point there as well, adjacent to the Cab-Stop.
While passengers are delivered to a Cab-Stop, goods would be delivered to the Goods-Stop.
Remember, you won't be taking your motor-car with you when you are going shopping. When you have loaded your shopping trolley, you will wheel it to the shop's Goods-Stop and dispatch it to your home destination using your Card.
While a typical Passenger Cab would be designed to accommodate up to four passengers and their hand luggage, a typical Goods-Cab would be designed to accommodate a supermarket trolley.
When you return home, your Card would give you access to your goods. You would wheel your trolley home, unpack your trolley, return it to the Goods-Stop and dispatch it back to the store.
Of course, your goods might be a single parcel not requiring a trolley.
Click and Collect will mean "Collect from your own local Goods-Stop."
- Obsolescence of the Motor Car
- Current technology: Capital Wastage
- Vital Concepts
- Route Maps
- Collision Avoidance
- Magnetic Propulsion
- Solar-power Magnetic Propulsion
- Gravitational Propulsion
- Capsule Travel in Glasnevin
- Network Schema
- World-wide Route Skeleton
- Connecting Rural and Remote Areas
- Service Stations & Cab Storage
- Goods Delivery
- Route Capacity
- CabStop Capacity, Dispatch and Requisition
- Multi-level Circuit
- Rush Hours
- A trip to Howth
- Tubes Easy Lay
- How Krunchie's Cab beats Motor Cars
- Liffey-side Tube Transport
- How Krunchie's Cab beats Buses
- How Krunchie's Cab beats Trams and Metro
- How Krunchie's Cab beats Hyperloop
- How Krunchie's Cab beats Hub Travel
- Objection to Dublin's Metrolink
- Krunchie's Cab Home
- Dublin Routes