Originally Posted by Roy Tucker
Seemed a boutique item when meat and potatoes are needed.
It's a neat idea, but should come after lots of other more critical transportation infrastructure components are built.
I agree wholeheartedly. Without light rail to connect, the street car would face an uphill fight for ridership from the outset.
One thing I miss about my time in Cleveland--scratch that, the only
thing I miss about my time in Cleveland is their generally excellent rail system. I miss catching the train to Shaker Square or the ballpark, not to mention buying a $55 monthly pass that gave me unlimited transfers on both rail and bus lines. Getting to work was convenient and I loved being able to relax or do some last minute catching up on the train.