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Authors Jake MayO. Rogerskaelon martinChase E. Bloom 2012 USD 50 Download Upload your project too!body.poncho-dark-mode .mw-parser-output .mw-ui-button{background:#303134;border-color:#3c4043;color:#bdc1c6}@media screen and (max-width:500px){.mw-parser-output .button .mw-ui-button{display:block;margin:.5em 0}}

The purpose of this page is to show off the Alternative Transportation Wheel that our ERE215 group built for Friends of the Dunes.

Our main goal of the transportation wheel is to get visitors of FOTD to think about the mode of transportation they used to arrive there and the corresponding carbon footprint that they have just produced.

## Problem Statement and Criteria

### Problem Statement

The objective is to create an interactive exhibit that will get visitors to think about their means of travel and the impact they are having on the environment.

### Criteria

Criteria Weight Description
Cost 6 Must be less than or equal to $400. Longevity 10 Must withstand a lifespan of 6 or more months at friends of the dunes. Aesthetics 9 Must fit in with the surrounding area, must stand out and grab visitor's attention. Safety 10 Must be usable by all ages and have no parts that can harm users. Educational Value 7 Teaches people about carbon footprints and gets them to think about their impact on the environment. Simplicity 9 Easy to use by all ages, easy to read for adults. Site Appropriate 10 Must fit in with FOTD and teach a lesson that's related to coastal ecosystems. Durability 10 Must be able to stand on its own without breaking in any way. ## Description of Final Design ### Design Cost Included is a graph showing the amount of hours we put into each individual part of the project. ### Implementation Cost Materials cost table Material Quantity Our Cost Subtotal Retail Cost Subtotal Bike Tire 1 Donated$50.00
Total $0$50.00

### Maintenance Cost

Maintenance of the Alternate Transportation Wheel is illustrated in the table below, in number of hours per month.

Maintenance cost table