August 5 - August 9, 2019

In June, ground broke on the $2 billion, 170-mile passenger South Florida Rail Project, which will connect Orlando and South Florida. Expected to remove 3 million cars from Florida roadways between the points of travel, do you believe the infrastructure will pay for itself?


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No. 63%
Yes. 38%
Other (Please respond in the comments). 0%


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Comment from Peter Kenimer, (8/6/2019, 11:18 AM)

3 million cars is kind of a joke...it's more like 50,000 cars that traveled the same stretch multiple times in the "testing period"...we'll see, but there has to be passenger take-up, and if nobody wants to take the train it will be a flop.


Comment from Timothy Andreychek, (8/9/2019, 8:44 AM)

People tend to be creatures of habit. Unless there is a strong motivation (saves time, financial benefit, etc.) it is respectfully suggested that it will be difficult to get people to give up their automobile.


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