Could Herkimer and Little Falls be far behind? Weren't they originally planning to go from Albany to Syracuse with no stop in Utica?
From the Sentinel comes this precious quote:
"It’s what you need here for the future," said Boardman of Rome’s station. "You need frequency." But Rome also needs support from the state, because no system makes money, so there has to be public money to support the operations of the system built to serve passengers.No system makes money? Public money must support operations?
If the system will not be able to sustain itself, then what need could it possibly be filling that is not already being met by other means?
Why are all these officials pushing for something that is not needed? And not pushing for something that IS needed (merely to put us on a par with the rest of the country): Removal of the Thruway Tolls?