Agreed. It would be nice if the E Line did its own thing in addition to being a Band-Aid for the crappy SWLRT routing.grant1simons2 wrote:E Line should continue up into University where the 6U already goes. Making the final stop Stadium Village station.
To be nitpicky, the B Line extends a bit more than twice as far into St. Paul as the A Line extends into Minneapolis, but, yeah, it's pretty lopsided.EOst wrote:Not sure I love the perception of Minneapolis getting SW, Bottineau, Orange, half of A and lines B, C, D, and E before anyone considers the E 7th line, especially with several reconstruction projects planned or upcoming for the 2020-period. Maybe that timeline will shift once Riverview/Rush planning is complete, but man.
Assuming the state wanted to play ball with funding, since Republicans keep talking about how much they would prefer enhanced buses to choo-choos. That didn't happen, though.DanPatchToget wrote:There has to be a way to speed this up. I thought the original plan was opening one ABRT route every year.