Back in the Air Again

The Antiplanner is in St. Paul, Minnesota this week to talk with people about regional transportation planning. I’ll probably spend a little time at the Minnesota History Center to look up documents on rail history. I should have a more newsworthy post tomorrow.


One thought on “Back in the Air Again

  1. Sandy Teal

    Question that I don’t know the answer to.

    Why do rail and bus transit offer such steep discounts for daily users, with monthly passes costing half or less per daily commute than a one-time rider? Is there a public purpose to that? Airlines give some benefits to “frequent fliers” but nowhere near half fares. Doesn’t half price fares for what, 50% of your rides, really cut into the revenue and ability to recover costs?

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