Have you conducted a Cost Benefit Analysis for TripStop?

Yes. We have done so many times. We have the classic ‘Bayside’ example backed with a testimonial on our website, which shows a fantastic cost benefit result.

In 2004 Bayside City Council installed TripStop in slabs adjacent to a troublesome tree at a cost of $74. In 2007 they reported having so far saved $1,800. Further, they estimated the expected total savings to reach $6,000 by 2013.

That’s a saving of $81 for each $1 invested in TripStop.

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