By Pete Ellis
February 06, 2007
Travelers without automobiles would need to wait no more than an hour to board a bus at the airport terminal and then utilize the bus system, plus a taxi if needed, at a substantially reduced fare without undue delay and unnecessary strain. Terminal to terminal passengers might even be enticed into paying a slightly higher fare for the privilege of not having to haul their baggage back and forth.
Received February 05, 2007 - Published February 06, 2006
About: Long time Ketchikan resident with a bit of background in terms of transportation theories and practice plus a desire to eliminate the tunnel vision of some of our government bureaucracies.
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