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Thread: Driving to Sacramento from LA. How is the network?

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    Eventually they might get a bullet train working here. With the schedules, I would probably prefer to drive. Work forces me to fly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    Eventually they might get a bullet train working here.
    No eventually about it, it's coming, and construction on it has begun in the San Joaquin Valley, bridges, track, all have started to go up. The high speed rail to Vegas is coming too, they got the additional funding needed from China, and preliminary work is set to begin later this year. It's full speed ahead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by i0wnj00 View Post
    After my experience with Amtrak, I decided not to take it again..
    Your loss. It's not nearly as bad as you make it out to be either, one experience and you discount it? That's not really fair mi amigo, and with the records that Amtrak keeps setting in ridership, well, millions disagree with you. Is it perfect? Heck no, but it's pretty darn good, especially here in California, and if you don't ride, how can you give feedback on improving it? Riding it once and then giving up does nothing to move things forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilvla2 View Post
    Your loss. It's not nearly as bad as you make it out to be either, one experience and you discount it? That's not really fair mi amigo, and with the records that Amtrak keeps setting in ridership, well, millions disagree with you. Is it perfect? Heck no, but it's pretty darn good, especially here in California, and if you don't ride, how can you give feedback on improving it? Riding it once and then giving up does nothing to move things forward.

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    It's not really a loss for me since they're other forms of transportation for me which don't involve many stops or decide when I want to start my trip.Trust me, I have used Amtrak more than once and decided that there are other train systems and modes of transportation out there. I could use it, but I don't anymore...

    I don't care for ridership numbers nor is it a popularity contest for me, I just need to get to point A to B in the least amount of time and stops/slowdowns and/or frequent service.

    Sure, I have feedback on improving Amtrak...but it's an unpopular one and/or impossible to achieve.
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