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Build Operate and Transfer Projects

Travel Mobility Services Energy Efficiency and Water Conservation

The Concept a program anchored in communities with a history as hub cities, hence a reliance on connections and collaborations within and among regions, resulting in a national trading platform with economies of scale utilizing historic trade routes and state of the art products and services to the benefit of community commuters, residents and visitors.

The Objective achieve economies of scale pricing in selected communities around the US in the areas of travel, destination management, transit, 5G, energy efficiency and water conservation.

Reduce Transit Times and Travel Cost on Your Next Trip

Travel Plans     Intercity & Local Transport

Ways and Means a build operate and transfer project, unique to each community but connecting participating towns via customer sharing, transit programs, energy management and similar measures.

Participants a team of product and services providers who provide know-how and resources to jump-start projects in collaboration with local partners.

The BOT is established for a set duration – 18 to 24 months, renewable – with transfer to local partners, inclusive of training for local individuals, existing businesses, local government and nonprofits, where applicable.

Client Targets: US and International Vacationers, Business Travelers and Commuters

Connecting air and rail metro hubs with micropolitan communities via

Intercity Multimodal and Local Micro Transit hub and spoke services to

Leverage travel client relationships and engage local product and service providers in:

travel related value-added services    transportation   

 energy efficiency    water conservation

Creating Virtual Hotels and improving Customer Service.

A Team Tasked with Developing Deploying Managing and Marketing Systems and Tools that Benefit Your Community

America · canals · Cultural Heritage · Historic Towns · intercity transit · Logistics · Maritime Heritage · Mobility · museums · Travel · travel plan

The Wabash and Erie Canal

The Wabash and Erie Canal provided traders with access from the Great Lakes to the Ohio River; 460 miles long, it was the longest canal ever built in North America. The waterway was a combination of four canals: the Miami and Erie, the original Wabash and Erie from Junction to Terre Haute, Indiana, the Cross-Cut Canal from Terre Haute to Point Commerce, and the Central Canal from Worthington to Evansville.

Wabash and Erie Canal DelphiThe Interpretive Center is an open-air village located on the banks of the canal in Delphi, Indiana. The interpretive center includes a model canal with a miniature reservoir, aqueduct, lock, and gristmill. The model canal boat General Grant shows the type of boats that carried freight on the canal during its final years of full-scale operation from the 1860s to 1874.

The Wabash & Erie Canal Association is dedicated to Indiana’s canal heritage. The center serves as a physical focus of a 2.5-mile (4.0 km) segment of the canal that has been rebuilt and reopened as a waterway and parallel towpath.

Wabash and Erie Canal Canal Park DelphiThe Story of Mobility in America

Maritime Museums in Historic Towns

Wabash and Erie Canal mapTravel along the canal was accomplished by canal freight and passenger packets. The passenger packet consisted of a series of rooms and a main saloon where meals were taken. This room was converted into a men’s dorm for sleeping. The women’s saloon was towards the back of the boat.

The Packets were Pulled by Horses and Oxen

Canal Operations began in the summer of 1843; the banks rapidly eroded, and the canal had to be constantly dredged to be operable. The right-of-way through Fort Wayne was purchased by the New York, Chicago and Lake Erie Railway which ran from Buffalo to Chicago. This allowed the railway to run straight through the heart of a major midwestern city without razing a single home. The canal right-of-way was also directly adjacent to downtown, which made the new railway quite convenient for passengers and businesses.

Canal designThe Route from Toledo on Lake Erie to Fort Wayne. From here, it follows the historic Indian portage to the Wabash River, then heads downstream to Delphi and, using several other riverways, it reaches the Ohio River.

Connect for Travel on the Wabash and Erie Canal

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destination management · Italy · Logistics · Travel

A Travel and Culinary Experience on the Amalfi Coast of Italy

Terra Furoris, Land of Furor, is the ancient name of this community in the hills above the Amalfi Coast; it symbolizes the fury of the sea inside its fjord. This area produces “pomodorino” – small tomatoes – and a vine with a terroir – Costa d´Amalfi Doc – unique in Europe.

Furore’s Vineyards produce high quality reds and whites, appreciated around the world, including in a cantina built into the rocks and others that extend for just a few hectares, given the characteristics of this territory, fruit of the local labor and its talents, cultivated in pockets of land carved from mountains, rocks and the sea.

The Cuisine here is representative of the landscape’s variety:

Furore is one of Italy’s most beautiful borgoes

Pasta in the Costiera includes ‘ndunderi, a large gnocchi with ricotta, semola and spices, recognized by Unesco and made with spelt flour; it traces its origins from Roman times.

Colatura di Alici di Cetara, evolved from the Roman garum, is a local sauce, typical of this area, resulting from the natural process of preserving anchovies.

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Holiday Travel USA Itineraries

Destinations for Families Friends and Theme Groups

Cultural Heritage and Local Museums give meaning and purpose to the objects on display in museums and art galleries as they disclose the historical and archaeological heritage of a community, leverage conservation and the rediscovery of cultural heritage through the arts, history, archeology, literature and architecture, preserve biodiversity and rediscover cultures associated with agricultural, coastal and river communities.

Local Food Wineries and Breweries There are several fascinating examples throughout America of a resurgence in farming that cater to an ever increasing demand for local, quality and sustainable food, wine and ale consumption in both urban, rural and suburban communities.

Experience Local Atmospheres in American Communities with Historical and Sustainable Attractions

The North East and Atlantic Coast Destinations Vermont Upstate New York Hudson Delaware and Susquehanna River Trails Hershey Harrisburg Bucks County Lehigh Brandywine Valley Maryland Virginia Historic Towns Washington DC.

From the Northeast Atlantic to the Pacific Northwest Traveling from Pennsylvania and New York to Mid America Oregon and Washington.

The US Gulf and South Atlantic City Breaks New Orleans Mobile Savannah Charleston Ashville and Charlotte.

The American West the Pacific Coast Lake Tahoe Deserts and the Rocky Mountains.

Rockies and Texas Trails Traveling along the Continental Divide Montana Wyoming Colorado Arizona and Texas.

American Preservation Towns heritage tourism cultural preservation and historic local resources.

River Coastal and Lake Itineraries Historic Cultural and Culinary Traditions along America’s Waterways.

The US Midwest and the Great Lakes Travel Hubs and Itineraries in Illinois Iowa and South Dakota.

Southern Towns Itinerary a Journey along the South Atlantic to the Gulf Coast and up the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers Richmond Asheville Charleston Savannah Mobile New Orleans Mississippi River Memphis Nashville Louisville.

destination management · Italy · Logistics · Travel

Winter Holiday Travel in Italy Portugal the Netherlands and Germany

Family Vacations Food and Wine Itineraries Educational Workshops Medieval Villages Nature Parks

Abruzzo is located on the Adriatic Coast, east of Rome. It is home to national parks, hilltop medieval and Renaissance towns and numerous nature reserves. The Apennine mountain chain forms much of its interior while the coastal plain has sandy beaches and dunes. more

Basilicata, also known as Lucania, is a southern Italian region bordering with Campania to the west, Apulia to the north and east, and Calabria to the south, with one coastline on the Tyrrhenian Sea between Campania and Calabria, and a longer one in the Gulf of Taranto on the Ionian Sea. more

Campania the ancient Romans called this region of Italy Campania Felix. Baia, Puteoli, Pompeii, Stabia and Capri were their favorite destinations. Then and now, Happy Campania is famed for its ancient ruins, coastal resorts and world renowned culinary traditions. A cultural and national capital for much of its nearly three-thousand-year history, Naples is home to art museums, the San Carlo opera house and a spectacular bay framed by Mt. Vesuvius, affectionately and fearfully referred to by the local inhabitants as The Monstermore

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Business and Vacation Travel Logistics and Itineraries

anchor locations hub and spoke travel transport mode selections and destinations

Business Travelers need efficient plans to meet trip objectives that may entail visiting several locations in a compressed period of time whereas family and group vacationers select destinations primarily on the basis of cultural, gastronomic, wellness and other preferences.

The Logistics of Travel are defined as:

Anchoring your stays in strategic locations along planned trip routes conveniently located to local points of interest and minimizing the number of accommodation changes; hence, fewer times packing and unpacking and lowering accommodations and transport costs, in:

Hub and Spoke Locations smaller towns, rural and urban areas with regional rail, bus, van, car and air connections strategically located within 200 or less miles of multiple larger cities and their attractions.

Sightseeing, meals and other planned events in a hub and spoke fashion, saving time and money, but also an opportunity to slow down and enjoy the places and the people you are visiting.

Mode of Transport selections are a function of number of persons, trip length as well as the time of year you are traveling. Rationalizing travel movements, ascertaining transport mode(s) availability and costs are the key to a successful trip planning.

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Getting Around Naples With the First Metro Rail System in Italy

Three Castles a Royal Palace World Class Museums 2nd Oldest University and Bank

Puteoli Rione Terra Naples BayNaples is best defined by the stratification of the various periods in the city’s history that can be viewed in the historic center, the oldest continuously inhabited urban community in the Western World.

The ancient city, founded by the Athenians around 450 B.C. as Neapolis, evolved through Roman and Medieval times. It includes over 250 churches, palazzi from the 13th through the 20th century and countless art treasures.

Naples Metro Toledo StationYour Exploration starts from the Forum, then under the Gothic Church of San Lorenzo Maggiore to view the ruins of the Roman streets and the Macellum. Then on to San Gregorio Armeno, where the world famous Neapolitan Crib art are made, and Cappella Sansevero’s sculpture of the Veiled Christ.

An Underground City with ancient aqueducts, caves, catacombs, myths, legends and a modern subway system whose stations are covered with art

 

 

Averno Lake

North of Naples the bays of Miseno, Baia and Pozzuoli were the home port of the Roman Navy, Baia’s Imperial Palace featured baths with waters of volcanic origin and the Phlegraean Fields Archeological Musem includes finds from Baia’s submerged city. In Pozzuoli, the Temple of Serapide, is famous for the cyclical sinking of its grounds and the Flavian Amphitheater was the third largest arena of the empire.

 

Italy's first metrorailWe have developed anchor locations from which you can best base your travel movements, mindful that you are likely to visit three to four places in a compressed period of time, typically 7 to 10 days, and experience multiple interests that range from cultural to culinary, wellness and the environment. 

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ferrovia cumana stationThe Ferrovia Cumana was the first metro rail transport system in Italy. Established in 1883, it was designed to connect the center of Naples with its northern suburbs and beach resorts, including Pozzuoli, Cuma and Torregaveta, covering 20 Km. The commuter rail service became all electric in 1927 and is now part of the overall metropolitan Naples subway and commuter rail network as part of Lines 6 and 8.

Cumana stopsFerrovia Circumflegrea opened in 1962 to cover 27 Km from Montesanto to Licola with a further extension under construction to Mondragone, the Naples North National Rail Station and the new Grazzanise airport. Cumana and Circumflegrea form a rail ring that covers 40 percent of metropolitan Naples and 60 percent of the local municipalities.

new montesanto stationThe Montesanto Station was refurbished in recent years to serve the Cumana, Circumflegrea, Metro Line 2 and the Montesanto Funicolare. The new steel and glass exterior retains its original liberty style architecture. The entire metro area can be reached via this station utilizing the Napolipass, GiraNapoli and Unico Campania fare systems.

 

Photos and Original Italian Text courtesy of Ciro La Rosa

Experiential Tourism in Naples Italy with the Traveler as Protagonist

Montesanto electric trainExperiences designed around multiple interests that ensure unique emotions; the traveler participates alongside local cooks, artists, craftsmen, and expert tour guides in activities:

o   rooted in the territory; it can happen only here, and

o   with uniquely local events, including food and wine tastings

o   specifically modified and tailored to your preferences

memorable unique and unrepeatable!

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