TriMet testing grassy 'eco-track' on Portland-Milwaukie MAX line (video) | OregonLive.com
""" said John Fall, TriMet's capital projects communications manager"""
~~~>John Fall huh? Yet another overpaid communications person?
"""TriMet said the eco-track pilot project along Lincoln Street is part of its ongoing push to make transit more sustainable."""
~~~>How is having grass on the trackway going to make transit more sustainable?
"""We're talking only 200 feet of on the Portland-Milwaukie MAX line's 7.3 miles,""
~~~>Oh for crying out loud, and that warrants this kind of media attention?
""" Altstadt didn't have a dollar figure, but said the eco-track costs more to build than a standard length of track. "But it wasn't extravagant," she said, "or we wouldn't be doing it."""
~~~>Oh my lord it just gets funnier and funnier