Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
It isn't going to be difficult to sell proctor and gamble on the benefit, given that Cincinnati is one of the most expensive airport hubs in the country. Or corporations that spend millions every year to accommodate inconvenient air travel. Or tourist destinations like the indianpolis speedway that allow for more access. Or to assess the damage if the northeast invests in rails, and the midwest does not, which essentially isolates the midwest from major business hubs.
Sure it will be a tough sell. That's why there's almost no interest in a bullet train. If it's an easy sell them we should have bullet trains across the midwest in no time. I'm highly doubtful that we will.