Wow, seeing all my fellow Citizens frustrations, ideas and issues in this past two year late opening of passenger rail to Wheat Ridge and Arvada, the “G Line” is strange?This line gives our area …
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Wow, seeing all my fellow Citizens frustrations, ideas and issues in this past two year late opening of passenger rail to Wheat Ridge and Arvada, the “G Line” is strange?This line gives our area the services promised by our Fast Tracks votes of much longer ago. New tech or software is often fraught with problems and often experience years of delays, that sometimes are never correctable. So I would like to remind everyone that these particular issues happens fairly often and are not just with public expenditures or for those on public conveyance’s new tech.Then again the A Line and B Line are both used daily.They depended on and have been using this new tech with guards just like ours.Let us all now remember the new tech at the Denver International Airport with its baggage system. This system caused all kinds of issues.The design and system was original and no one had anything like it at any airport. Finally, it could never be made to work right and all that money seemed to be wasted in some future hope to save and reduce costs for all.It’s nice to have something new and original.But it is time to cut these reoccurring constant issues, expenditures losses, and legal maneuverings. Letting the public use what they paid for that has been built and finished.These three passenger rail lines are the only ones with issues. Put the old RR crossing system in now, please?
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