Dcell wrote: ↑Sun Mar 06, 2022 10:37 amThat makes no sense. 3 cars? You'd walk half the route by just going from end of the train to the other.Bracdude181 wrote: ↑Fri Mar 04, 2022 5:23 pm Well, if keeping the existing system in place is going to be futile then why not do a light rail conversion? Wouldn’t be too terribly difficult in regards to current infrastructure.The railroad union will never ever allow member jobs to be lost -- light rail conversion has been talked about since the 1990s and zip has happened. You will see an electric bi-level train on the Dinky line in the future.
I'm confused by this though:
The cost of that project is estimated at $100 million; the as-is option is estimated to cost $15 million for maintenance of existing equipment.What's the timeframe for these numbers? Is $15 million yearly, meaning it starts costing more money after 7 years?