With all the nonsense in the world, it’s easy to lose track of who is trying to screw you. Helpful hint: elected Democrats, about everything, always. We also have state agencies filled with Concord Swamp Rats looking to screw us over as well.
Transportation systems are essential for modern day economies and people’s lifestyles, and are undergoing lots of changes. These changes could potentially either make future congestion, fuel consumptions and emissions better or worse, and have a positive or a negative impact on transport networks and thus, the economy. Transportation in the United States is largely affected …
Since the imposition of Obama on the Nation, we’ve been forced to endure endless prattle over our transportation future. Part of the prescription includes electric vehicles (EV). And while there are plenty of problems, from economics to infrastructure, to practicality, the biggest one for Democrats is revenue.
Ending Transportation as we know it is a feature of the Green New Deal. What we’ve come to consider modern vehicles like planes, trains, and automobiles would be mothballed. So, when four “experts” arrived in Washington to speak to Congress on the plan Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney had a question. How’d you get here?
In late April the NH Senate pulled a four million dollar rail study line-item out of the State’s ten-year transportation budget. The Senate passed the amended version, denying the choo-choo fetishists yet another expensive act of engineering voyeurism. The advocates for waste, fraud, and abuse were not happy.
I don’t typically link to the Concord Fish Wrapper, but this is worth the trip. I am a retired highway engineer and transportation planner with more than 36 years of experience in eight states and Washington, D.C. My opinions are based on experience, 42 years of transportation policy observations and objective study of publicly available …
Free money from the Feds, from the State, from the County…..Free! Free! Free! Hey, grab it, because that money is FREE to our taxpayers – it doesn’t cost US a thing! But those that wish to spend it, that lust after it, they hate it when the obvious truth comes out – er, it’s not …
This is what we call the tits-on-a-bull defense. Chris wants rail. There is no good reason for it, he just wants it. And he could care less that we already have infrastructure that works, that is more adaptable, and which costs significantly less to operate.
He’s having a great time, isn’t he?