An obvious solution
Dear Editor:The logical solution to gridlock (and carbon emissions) always was and always will be light rail. At the end of the 1880s, there were two trains into Aspen, and many U.S. towns are now building light rail systems.Since gridlock is the biggest problem facing Aspen and light rail is a logical means to reduce that problem, why in the hell isn’t it even on anyone’s radar screen?Susan O’NealAspen
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