Public Less Satisfied With Metro Transportation

Louisville Metro residents are dissatisfied with parts of its transportation service, according to results from Louisville’s Merger 2.0 Task Force survey. On Wednesday, Louisville’s Merger 2.0 Task Force release its survey, which measures public response to Metro Government services. The biggest disparity was in public transportation, where around 50 percent say they’re dissatisfied with the […]

High Speed Rail: Too Costly or Imperative?

Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear says high speed rail would be a boon for Louisville. A federal grant recently awarded to the Georgia Department of Transportation would help it examine the feasibility of a route from Chicago to Atlanta, with stops in Louisville and Nashville. But George Mason University transportation economist Dr. Kenneth Button says high speed rail isn’t worth the trouble.