Update: Doyle suspended the train project for the time being. If he plays a part in cancelling it altogether, I’ll take this post down.
Department of Transportation Secretary Frank Busalacchi said the suspension would last while the agency studies “the real world consequences, including the immediate impacts to people and their livelihoods, if this project were to be stopped.”
If you ask me… “the real world consequences” should have been studied (and understood) before their little secret weekend pow-wow to get this thing rammed through before the election was wrapped up.
Clearly, the voters have spoken. Will Doyle listen?