Originally Posted by swann
Just not enough schedule choices to trust that the northstar will meet our needs, which is really too bad.
That is why it is a failure. It's not that it can't or won't work, it simply has not been thought through, and the schedules are not flexible enough for people to rely on it. I cross the rail tracks in the morning and at night, and have often seen the train come by - there's never anyone on it.
Shame, because I'd go down town Minneapolis a lot more and check out some of the fabbo places if I could ride the train down there (and back).