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All this western talk ignores the ATL - CLT - RGH - RVR -WASH route. The population thru that corridor is what 4 times that of Utah or the LSL route ? Of course that train will never be started under present management because it would be even more successful that the Palmetto that serves a much less population density.

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But CLT - RGH - RVR - WAS is already served nicely. So the relevant question would be what the incremental ridership gain would be for taking on the entire expense of the train, which at present is picked up by NCDOT.

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