The problem is North America is now so far behind compared to Europe and Asia. When it comes to the public transit realm that it has become a generational mindset, it is no longer a case of building the infrastructure. It is convincing people that the infrastructure is worth building. Just look at the conversations surrounding high-speed rail or even just transit in general. I live in a town that used to have rail for bringing in goods. Those tracks have now been torn up. Everything is brought in by truck. The thinking needs to change but I don't see it happening anytime soonConsider visiting anywhere that isn't in North America.
Cars = Quality of Life
Don't like? Move to a country without roads and ride a donkey.
I'll take civilization.
If you're around here long enough, you should be noting even for those of us who "take sides" can't agree with each other on a lot of things, lol. It happens because a lot of folks who post here are complex individuals who come from all walks of life and experiences. So instead, stick around and enjoy the show! /popcorn <3I guess we can’t call this place an echo chamber.
The floor they need to brace the crane to may not be ready or there yet. However, they likely still needed to raise the said crane a bit to give it the height that needed to still do it's job effectively...or something like that. And that's what your probably seeing here.