Seattle, WA: What’s to Do?

Posted by Infra on Thursday, May 21st, 2015

What’s to do when we’re running out of roads?
Enjoy congestion-free rides via Link light rail!
#ULink2016 #STbuilds

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One Response to “Seattle, WA: What’s to Do?”

  1. Jery Schneider says:

    The only problem with this “simple” solution is that the train doesn’t provide access to the very spread-out destinations that are desired by a large number of commuters and shoppers – without one or more transfers to a bus, significant wait times, schedules to deal with, fares (some with time or zone limits) to pay and sometimes drunk or drugged passengers to deal with on board.

    When will people realize that a rail system with just a few stations is a very poor match to the major, very dispersed and large suburban origins-to-suburban- destination traffic flows seen in major urban regions – likely to get larger, not smaller, in the future as well.

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