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Jobs, Jobs, Jobs... a subject triggering keen emotion and intense debate these days. Check out the very positive jobs forecast associated with a light rail effort in our region. Regardless, the STA Board (and some others) refused to accept this comprehensive analysis when they torpedoed the light rail steering committee's recommended high capacity transit alternative—light rail for the east-west corridor.
Guest Editorial in the S-R. InlandRail Board president KC Traver wrote a guest opinion that appeared in the March 27, 2010 Spokesman-Review RoundTable. We invite you to check it out. This is truly a must-read. His article is also available on our editorial page—click here.
Recommended InlandRail Editorials:
• The Rest of The Story
• The Charlotte Success Story
• STA and AVISTA Wedding Makes For Strange Bedfellows
• A Quick Primer: Axle Loads And Street Deterioration
• $4 Million Annual Loss
Recommended Outside Reading:
• PublicTransport.about.com Public Transport site hosted and authored by Christopher MacKechnie. Great repository of transportation related information, both rail and bus.
• The Transport Politic: "The Silly Argument Over BRT and Rail"
• Light Rail or BRT? Documented discussions and public debates regarding the suitability of BRT versus LRT.
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