N867DA wrote:There's a market for high speed rail between San Francisco and Los Angeles but this became the poster child pork train (haha!)
An ideal service would have a stop at the urban core and one or two stops in suburban or peripheral cities:
- hundreds of miles of travel -
Last-mile problems and connectivity issues abound but that's a problem for the future. Once the rail service begins development will focus on improving access to and from the rail corridor. This Central Valley Milk Train cannot complete on price or time with other modes of travel.
A viable concept got bludgeoned by politicking.
You could always run a number of trains with limited or no stops in between with only a few trains that stop in the middle.