6762A bad dream
- Jan 7, 2004I jus stumbled on to this site.
One of the links has a pdf 'railing on rail' transit as an ineffecient
transit solution. (What really got me was 'transit should still be
used as an alternative for people who can't drive') Pretty much the
typical argument the typical limited use of facts to argue points. (It
argues that even a busy subway system like New York only carries less
than a freeway lane. (what time period? What vehicles on a freeway?
oh, and peak periods, you mean everyone wants to travel at once? And
of course to make it accurate, the freeway would have to go right from
their house to their office, where a parking spot would be waiting.)
However, turning to auto transit, they argue in favor of implementing
tolls and congestion pricing to reduce freeway congestion.
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