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Re: people mover

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That outfit is no good, way too high up. You need to start out with a gear that the bolsters are low as about straight with the hubs then the sills as normal but put the cross pieces underneeth the sills and put the floor on them that are not more than 18" off the ground the sills should be the height of a seat and have the seats even with the tops of the sills. And a 2' high back rest. You need only one hinged steep that will raise if hits the ground that way but make sure it is a sollid non slip steep so that canes and crutches can safly use it. No expanded mesh for that cane tip to get cought in. And for those people that need the transportation they cannot get on a wagon that it as heigh as the one pictured. And that would also help the young families with small kids and a stroller. Put the steps on the back and with a closed gate whenever it is moving and always have a rider on the back to give comands and handle that gate. That way no body trying to get on or off a moving unit. Good idea would be a speaker system for the gate operator to be able to talk to the tractor operator as a lot of the tractors are too noisy to be able to be heard over and a lot of times the drivers are older with hearing problems so help them as much as possible and with that you will get more people to help with the driving. And therefore be safer.

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