Can you share a story about when you thought, “I wish I could have taken a train!”
I think that a lot. Here’s a recent example.
Last week I traveled to Louisville to present at the Congress for New Urbanism. My talk was about how a focus on networks, instead of individual routes, will make it easier to build a coalition for fast trains.
I wish there was a train to Louisville.
The flight from Chicago was expensive. Getting past the TSA was demeaning and time-consuming.
I had considered driving, but it would have twice as expensive and twice as long.