correction
Author: les
Date: 07-09-2019 - 14:13

~$3.00 cost per ride
~$1,00 subsidy

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les Wrote:
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> Urban construction is always more expensive than
> rural. Just look at the Fresno trench. What was
> that, 1 billion for 1 mi. Rural land is always
> cheaper, no comparison. There is nothing much
> east of Denver on route to DIA.
>
> $1.2 billion: Construction cost (Denver Post) 23
> miles.
> $52 million: Cost per mile ($32 million cost per
> km) (Streetsblog)
> Cheap, cheap, cheap, cheap, cheap.
>
>
> Portland Max $2.50 for ride from Hillsboro to PDX.
> Max was subsidized at $3.00/ride in 2015, I
> assume cheaper now.
>
>
> BOB2 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Does anyone have the farebox ratio and average
> > cost per passenger mile for the Portland line?
> > Then, we could clearly compare and contrast,
> the
> > costs and benefits of these two systems, using
> > math.....?
> >
> > It would be interesting to do the math on the
> > subsidy per passenger and more important per
> > passenger mile, from downtown Portland to the
> > Airport, and compare the total cost with
> subsidy
> > (and other differentials like travel time) to
> the
> > passenger volumes generated, by Denver?
> >
> > But, where did "build in bay area" come up this
> > line of nonsense about building to DIA being so
> > much cheaper across the prairie? Do the
> farmers
> > who own that "prairie", now located between
> DIA,
> > and one of the fastest growing urban centers in
> > America, really want to sell them ROW for so
> much
> > less? Is the cost of track construction per
> mile
> > really somehow cheaper on the "prairie" of the
> > Denver metro region...?



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit Joe Cullum 07-09-2019 - 00:58
  Re: Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit-Yep, but they have no "visions", they don;t take enough drugs.... BOB2 07-09-2019 - 05:09
  Re: Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit-Yep, but they have no "visions", they don;t take enough drugs.... FUD 07-09-2019 - 08:33
  Re: Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit skeptic 07-09-2019 - 08:45
  Re: Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit les 07-09-2019 - 09:30
  Re: Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit-Everybody wants a "free ride".and "free parking", right? BOB2 07-09-2019 - 09:53
  Re: Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit-Everybody wants a "free ride".and "free parking", right? clueless 07-09-2019 - 10:04
  Re: Clueless wants a "free ride".because it is even less than $3.00, right? BOB2 07-09-2019 - 10:11
  Re: Clueless wants a "free ride".because it is even less than $3.00, right? free tickets to paradise - I saw Eddi 07-09-2019 - 11:07
  Re: Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit-Everybody wants a "free ride".and "free parking", right? FUD 07-09-2019 - 11:55
  Re: Good read: Capitalism can boost Transit-Everybody wants a "free ride".and "free parking", right? build in bay area then 07-09-2019 - 12:13
  Re:What does the data on Portland and Denver say about cost per passenger and cost per passenger mile, then we'll discuss who should be "subsidized"? BOB2 07-09-2019 - 13:45
  Re: Re:What does the data on Portland and Denver say about cost per passenger and cost per passenger mile, then we'll discuss who should be "subsidized"? les 07-09-2019 - 14:03
  correction les 07-09-2019 - 14:13
  You should really take up a course on how to use the internet. Community Colleges offer courses on n 07-09-2019 - 14:15
  Re:Trimet has a 66% farebox recovery rate, not 45%, that's pretty good, but does not answer the question.. BOB2 07-09-2019 - 14:59
  Re: Re:Trimet Max has 46% farebox recovery rate accoording to the table??? BOB2 07-09-2019 - 16:09


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