How realistic is that $13 Billion number/
Sounds like an awful lot considering the amount of passenger service operating in the US (and Canada).
For Canada, would it not make sense to just install a system like that in the Quebec City to Windsor corridor?
I assume the cost is related to the distance covered.
PS - Of all the modes of travel, By foot, bicycle, motor vehicle, bus, train, airplane, boat, I feel the safest going by train.
On 2013-04-12, at 11:25 AM, James wrote:
> I found that to be in interesting number, given the push for PTC on railroads, which is expected to cost in the order of $13 Billion in the US, and perhaps prevent something like three passenger deaths a year, on average. (I'm using US statistics, since I haven't seen any Canadian ones for comparison.)
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