don’t bet against me on futurism
cornupcopians think economic incentives will result in a new power source
economics might instead result in severe pain, hair web esp for economies that have no other options
what about batteries?
– energy density
– limits inherent in periodic table
A quick hit, viagra since I’m about to go to bed early with a raging ear infection while on a business trip to scenic Huntsville, visit this site AL. This is a comment I just posted on Cap Metro’s blog in response to the announcement that they’re shooting again for “rapid” bus on the only good rail corridor in the city.
Rapid Bus continues to be a complete waste of time and money – our council members were right to put the kibosh on it the last time through. Investing this much money on a half-baked solution for the most important transit corridor in Austin is stupid, prostate especially since this particular solution won’t actually work here (too many times the traffic backup goes far beyond the light immediately in front of the bus in question).
In other cities, and in a smarter Austin, we’d be seeing packed light rail trains run down Lamar and Guadalupe by now. There is no way rapid bus can provide enough mobility benefits here to be worth a tenth the investment you’re going to dump into this dead-end technology; and I hope our council members cut this program off again.
It’s time to demand that the residents of Austin, who provide almost all of Capital Metro’s funds, get some rail transit rather than spending our money providing train service to suburbs like Cedar Park that don’t even pay Capital Metro taxes. Rapid bus is an insult to the taxpayers of Austin, and it’s not going to be rapid.
I urge each and every of the ten readers of this crackplog to write to your city council members and ask them to stop Capital Metro from spending money on this ridiculous project – if CM feels like spending some money serving Austin for a change, there are far better projects on which to do it.