> I belive John Birrenbach is right in that not all of > St. Paul is well-suited for rail transit. Yet I > strongly believe some parts of the City would not only > support a streetcar, but reach their potential only > with a streetcar or rail.
Of all that was posted, why would rail specifically be needed to handle them? What are the roadblocks for the current bus system to satisfying all those situations? I am not against transit, but it is hard to tell by reading that we have any transit at all in the area. john harris camden __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Check out the new Yahoo! Front Page. www.yahoo.com _____________________________________________ To Join: St. Paul Issues Forum Rules Discussion Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] _____________________________________________ St. Paul Topics - This Week: Light Rail http://www.mnforum.org/mailman/listinfo/stpaul-topics _____________________________________________ NEW ADDRESS FOR LIST: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To subscribe, modify subscription, or get your password - visit: http://www.mnforum.org/mailman/listinfo/stpaul Archive Address: http://www.mnforum.org/mailman/private/stpaul/