|Eh. Close enough.|
- TWC should be nationalized, too.
- The important thing is that he's doing what he enjoys.
- I saw this story on twitter earlier, and ignored it since "heavy traffic" for me usually means it takes ten minutes to get home instead of 8. This makes the rail plan make a lot more sense to me now though. I assumed that the number of people who live in west Oahu and work in town was small, since having that long of a commute seems stupid. The fact that having the zipper lane break, which I think only decreases the number of lanes by one, causes backups that persist so long shows that that's not true. In addition, there seems to be only three ways to get from one side of the harbor to the other, with one of those being the long way around on H-2. Therefore, adding a parallel rail connection seems like a reasonable solution. In a similar future incident, even those people who drove to work could take the train home.