I saw it mentioned on twitter they are using runway 6/24 a bunch today. You don't see that often. Looks like all the landings are at least by looking at flight aware. I saw that. I almost tried to get out to see if I could get some shots from a different perspective, but by the time I would have go...
^Framer

Thank you. That's a rather crucial distinction.
I could also add that Seattle has quite probably the worst public transit system on that rather august list. Mind you, five through ten are, I would say, easily the best public transit systems in the country. And LA-Long Beach's system is now quite good and rapidly improving. I don't remember Miami'...
The biggest issue with this is that those in the metro read this reporting and it completely destroys perception surrounding transportation and makes it more and more difficult to accomplish major necessities most notably the N/S Metrolink expansion. I can't imagine this will have too much of an im...
^My issue with the Southwest concourse is there were basically no amenities so once you past security. We were a little early and wanted to get lunch and a beer at more of a normal sit down restaurant/bar and there weren't any. I think there was a Dunkin Donuts then just a bunch of kiosks if I reme...
^addxb2 A single New Flyer Xcelsior XT60 lists for 1.2 million. And I can't imagine the market in used trolleybusses is terribly large. Or that we could get all that much of a volume discount. Nor are there many North American makers. Siemens makes some, but not here. So . . . yes, I believe it woul...
It has morning/afternoon/evening from LGA but LGA is kind of a cluster now and their Southwest concourse may be one of the worst in the country. I flew Southwest out of LGA a couple of weeks ago. Yeah, there's a lot of construction. Sure. It's narrow. But it seemed fine to me otherwise. Parked in t...
^^I'm going to have to say we dodged a bullet on that one. That's . . . positively awful!
This was just live on CBS New York and NBC 4 New York. They carried it as Breaking News. Hm. Well, having driven through it a couple of times a full working day and a day and a half after it started . . . this one was a mess. Looks to me from G-maps that there was an automotive place in there as we...
I actually love the seventies wallpaper vibe to the fenestration. I like the color. I like the rhythm. It'll be a very swanky addition. Very nice.
I don't know. The Crestwood arts thing was pretty cool while it lasted. Second best. Maybe ;-)

But yes, it should be a good use.
^jshank, don't see where you would lose gates with linear concourse. Heck you could even keep some of the existing food court space and Concourse D in place I don't think he's saying you'd lose them because of a linear concourse. But if you tear down D and build a concourse connecting E and C that ...
E4, E6, E8, E10, E12, E14, E16, E18, E20, E22, E24, E29, E31, E33, E34, E36, E38, E40 = 18 GATES Two of which are new secured international arrival/departure gates. They can easily and affordably (turn key) expand Concourse E by another 12 gates. I believe they vacated E4 when they moved into E34 e...
Probably next summer/early fall (a few months after Two Light opens next June) per this article Two Light going up — and leasing up — fast https://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2017/08/04/two-light-going-up-and-leasing-up-fast.html This is a pretty good overview of the state of downtown KC re...
^ Definitely, with AA dehubbing and Southwest expanding it makes sense to make some swaps but not sure all the complexities involved with that move, agreements, so forth not to mention the latest T2/E concourse improvements would probably make it less appealing to Southwest to move but who knows. N...
The problem at Lambert is that the resources are there, but they're not in the places they need to be. Terminal 2 is a bit overcrowded. The T2 garage is overcrowded. The T1 garage has a whole level out of service, simply roped off. Shift things around and, whammo, you have what you need. The problem...
A few from the recent trip to New Jersey. (Don't worry. I'm only posting the St. Louis pictures here . . . ) Started my journey on the No. 70 bus, but ended up on Metrolink soon enough. https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4533/26492799699_f771d1ace6_c.jpg And I got to Terminal 2 more than a little on the...
97% of the 7.2% increase in passengers in July was connecting. I had no clue connecting was that much of our growth at this point. Still good to see O&D going up also though. The connections are impressive. Even anecdotally. On my return trip from LGA on Monday I flew through BNA. First, I was real...
Well, I finally got that East Terminal experience under my belt properly. I'm . . . not quite sold on the WN kool-aid. It's not too bad, and the service truly does seem quite nice, but I miss picking my seat and I just can't make myself love 737s. (Which I suppose I knew.) Anyway . . . so long as th...
Rode the train through there Thursday and will again tonight. That place is hopping. Lots going on. The ongoing construction adds to the busy.
First, I'm not sure why throwing more money at the problem fixes it. Second, even if more money is needed we can't come up with a more reasonable way to get it than heaping sales tax upon sales tax?
^aprice

Are you suggesting I'm wordy? ;-)

Sorry. i have to confess I'm guilty as charged.
Suddenly the doctor found that the problems with his home-away-from-time had grown more serious than just the chameleon circuit.
EIGHTEENS !!! YO. ...Make a really great space even greater? Sorry, just being stupid, don't mind me, move on, nothing to see here :) Not if you put them behind a grill. True. But, with some good design, something to hear. I follow you now. Sorry. Should really have caught that. But I installed a l...
Correct me if I'm wrong not only did we lose the Chrysler jobs we lost jobs from [Pfizer] along with May Co getting gobbled by Federate then AB getting gobbled by Inbev and there was the Ford plant that shuttered as well. Chrysler set the tone on why it was very important for St.Louis to diversify ...