Metro Rail / Blue Line Essay by The Research Group

Metro Rail / Blue Line
The paper's essential questions: is the Metro Rail / Blue Line system worth what it is costing? Will the returns be sufficient to justify the expense and defray the costs?
# 22166 | 1,575 words | 7 sources | 1995 | US
Published on Mar 03, 2003 in Business (Companies) , Business (Finance, Investment and Banking)


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"INTRODUCTION

The Metro Rail/Blue Line is beginning operation in Los Angeles County after many years of planning, argument, analysis, and concern as well as growing public expectation. Now that the system is in operation, the public may be forgiven for wondering if it will prove to be a fiscal disaster. This was always held out by opponents as a possibility based on the idea that the system was costing too much and would not provide the service needed, or at least a level of service that would justify the costs. Another concern is now clear--the system may prove to be a fiscal drain because of lawsuits and related action for the many accidents that may take place on the system. The subway portion of the system has been the most costly, the most problem-plagued, and the most disruptive to businesses and residents of ..."

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