Brightline Says It Can’t Keep Up With Demand On Some Routes

Brightline told investors yesterday that it is dealing with a shortage of capacity on some of its trains.

“Demand for our service currently exceeds supply on certain routes, with approximately one out of every three trains at or near capacity and approximately 50% of trains with 80%+ load factors in the month of February,” a note to investors said.

To meet demand, Brightline has ordered additional new passenger cars which are scheduled for delivery this summer.

In the meantime, the company has been forced to restrict capacity for short-distance trips in order to make room for more profitable long-distance passengers.

There were just 114,264 short-distance trips in February, compared to 151,654 in February 2023, as a result of the capacity limits, the company said.

Despite the restrictions, systemwide passenger counts broke records in February and are on track to break records again in March.

 

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Name*
1 month ago

People like this train.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s what he said.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I used to love it when it was $15 a ride. However, it’s difficult to justify the $100 price tag when you have to Uber to your next destination and face multiple hours of delays with no chance of a refund. Offering tourists a credit isn’t practical, especially when they’re only here for a limited time. Perhaps the state could subsidize it or find a way to prevent prices from skyrocketing.

Anonymoose
1 month ago

There is a state-subsidized option. Its called Tri-Rail.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Tri-Rail doesn’t directly access downtown. It goes to Hialeah first, then heads north, and there are no express trains. Perhaps if they introduced an express Tri-Rail service to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, it would be more practical. People could then transfer to local trains for local stops.

OmegaVen
1 month ago

The only way you’re paying $100 to travel on Brightline within S FL is if you’re buying tickets the day off and even that would be a stretch when you’re comparing them to the $15 Smart class tickets of old.

Also, Tri-Rail doesn’t take that much longer so you can either decide to have cheap and slower (Tri-Rail), or more expensive and faster (Brightline). You’re not getting both.

Anonymous
1 month ago

With the added stops at Aventura and Boca, and the frequent delays, is it really faster? I’d prefer to see the state prioritize adding express Tri-Rail route stops between counties, particularly for regular local commuters like me. It would be a cost-effective option and help address the out-of-control traffic issues on I-95.

Anonymous
30 days ago

Not true at all, I’ve searched for tickets weeks in advance and one way was 70+, some routes were $99 per way, I’ve given up on usint brightline and just take the bus.

Spuwho
1 month ago

Tri-Rail has an agreement with Brightline for trains to come and go from Miami Central. Therefore you will have direct access to downtown Miami. There is also a “Broward Express” study underway that would provide an overlay on Brightline tracks to provide additional services.

Anonymous
29 days ago

Why isn’t it happening yet? hope to see Tri-Rail running express as soon as possible.

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m surprised Tri-rail doesn’t offer any express service during rush hour like some other commuter train lines around the country. Say they’d make all stops from Mangonia Park to Boca then express, only stopping at Fort Lauderdale, Airport, Metro Transfer and the Miami airport (or Miami Central). It might save those in West Palm Beach 20+ minutes to Miami Airport. I suspect once they have additional trains that meet EPA standards you’ll see another one or two rush hour trains directly into/out of Miami Central. Maybe leaving Mangonia Park at 6:15am or something like that.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly!

Anonymous
1 month ago

Clearly doesn’t know how trains and other transit works.

Cryptidseeker88
1 month ago

I would like them to eventually connect the Las Vegas and California one to Florida…..😁

Al Czervik
1 month ago

So, the article talks about overwhelming demand.
People love it.
Except you.
Now you don’t love it.

Since the world revolves around you, and you can’t justify the price, you want the Gov’t to subsidize Brightline?

How about increase your income, so that the prices are not so high for you.

It surely makes everyone sad that you once had love, and now you can’t afford it.

Al's Cervix
1 month ago

always such a word salad from you. I’ll share your favorite phrase, “WE NEED” more realistic pricing for this to be used regularly instead of just on a special occasion.

Al Czervik
1 month ago

Read the article again.

The operative quote from ownership starts, ““Demand for our service currently exceeds supply on certain routes…”

You want cheaper pricing.

Ownership wants more trains.

The trains are full regularly.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Florida residents should get a discount at least…

A. Gadfly
1 month ago

Why? It’s a privately owned service and Floridians are the majority of passengers. You don’t discount the bulk of your customer base.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Because Florida residents helped pay for it. Duh.

We own equity in it, right? The project received public funding through various sources, including local, state, and federal governments. These funds were used for infrastructure development and improvements necessary for the rail service.

Anonymous
1 month ago

As anyone who invests, when it does well, we should get dividends (not be obligated to pay more).

Anonymous
1 month ago

Increasing income is not that easy to do! I know, I’ve tried! Not only would no one higher me even after filling out numerous applications but the job I had limited my hours, sometimes I had to work less hours!

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m glad the image depicts the elevated tracks! I appreciate the elevated tracks! I hope they extend them to Wynwood and Midtown to avoid segregating neighborhoods and maintain pedestrian friendliness. Additionally, it should help reduce delays, as some people tend to ignore cross rails, posing risks to themselves and others. They also look more modern and less obstructive to the scenery.

Johnny Blitz
29 days ago

The People’s Train.

anonymous
1 month ago

this should be a showcase to government leaders that people do and will ride trains if they actually take you to places that people want to go to.

Anonymous
1 month ago

And developers and local agencies invest and enhance places that have train stations nearby.

Anonymous
1 month ago

We don’t have any light rail lines (like out in LA and other places). These would be cheaper to build than a Metro rail expansion. Maybe it should be considered.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Better than Metromoober.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You essentially cannot buy a northbound ticket out of Miami in the evening less than a week in advance. Pretty much the definition of “a victim of its own success.”

They need to run 5 car trains all day and 6 car trains at rush hour, by the demand levels it seems very likely they could fill them.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Wow that’s odd because I’ve never had a problem buying an evening northbound ticket the day of my journey. Guess I just get very lucky.

Anonymous
1 month ago

On October 10, 2019 Miami Dade Commission approved $76 million for Brightline to build the Aventura station. Approval was contingent on Brightline providing 30 minute service during peak hours, and reserving a portion of the seats for Aventura passengers.
They eliminated the 30 minute rush hour service in late 2023 after the Orlando line was completed.
Brightline also stated at the approval meeting that additional rail cars would be added to handle the increased demand.

OmegaVen
1 month ago

The Siemens factory has a huge backlog of railcar orders primarily from Amtrak as well as other passenger rail companies. Brightline orders cars back in 2022 and they’ll just now be fulfilled in 2024/2025. Hopefully the new east coast Siemens plant will help alleviate the backlogs.

Cryptidseeker88
1 month ago

What I don’t understand is why they didn’t have more rail cars on standby already. In case of Maintenance needs or hello higher demand. Like what’s up with that did they really not think of what happens when this kicks off and we have thousands wanting to get on board…….smh….

Anonymous
1 month ago

Ridership has probably exceeded expectations. New passenger cars cost money!

Plan Better
29 days ago

Ridership is much lower than expected. I cannot understand why additional cars are not available.

anonymous
1 month ago

its almost as if people like public transit, Miami take notes

OmegaVen
1 month ago

Miami’s Mayor is an advocate for public transit and Miami does have a pretty decent transit system when you consider MetroMover, MetroRail, MetroBus, and the Miami Trolleys. They are expanding several of these as well.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Mayor Suarez, could we introduce a premium trolley fleet? These modern electric trolleys would have four stops: Brickell Station, Downtown Station, Midtown, and the Design District. They’d feature a distinctive look, like Brightline, with sleek metallic coatings and luxurious leather-look seats. Priced at $2 per ride or $10 per month, they’d quickly pay for themselves and become profitable. We could fund it in a month with public donations and get it up and running in no time!

Ybflorida
1 month ago

Don’t get me started on Metro Bus, the new bus network in Miami Dade is the worst!! It’s been all over the news, people are taking ubers instead of buses because the county cut routes, changed everything for the worst possible service.

Anonymous
29 days ago

People would rather hop on smaller cars with less people than a mega bus within the core. Less seats, more frequent trolleys, premium service for the core, 4 stops.

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Probably the west palm to Miami route, ive taken it a few and it was at capacity. They might want to look into triple tracking in some areas and buying more trains

Name*
1 month ago

To add a real slow and fast service Plus freight, they would need a full four tracks like the New York City subway express lines. At the very least they need a lot of strategic placed third track sidings to let faster trains pass.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Double track can easily handle more trains without issue. With good signals you can run a passenger train every couple of minutes. I heard in NYC they have double track from NJ into Penn and they can run a NJ Transit or Amtrak train every 120 seconds at about 60 mph. BL will need passing sidings at stations for the Adventura to Miami Central NE corridor commuter line. This way BL can pass those trains while in a station stop. Right now BL just needs to lengthen their trains with more cars to grow capacity. Two big obstacles exist to running more trains and that’s the draw bridge over the New River and the other one up in Stuart. Those bridges need to be open for so long to allow boat traffic to pass. Once Ft. Lauderdale gets a high bridge it will change everything (so will a new higher double track bridge in Stuart). All this is years away.

A. Gadfly
1 month ago

Tri-rail should add an express train between major cities. That would be more competitive with Brighline, and more attractive to commuters. But Broward County needs to step up its down town connector game.

Anon
1 month ago

People have been begging their local for transit solutions for decades – no wonder

wanderer34
1 month ago

I believe that Brightline should scout for some more branches, since Brightline is such a success and the trains are in heavy demand. I suggest extending branches to Ft. Myers and Naples in SW FL and operate service from MiamiCentral and even a new Brightline station nearby the Miami Intermodal Center at MIA, as well as extend the main line to Tampa and Jacksonville!

Anonymous
1 month ago

This is the way

Cryptidseeker88
1 month ago

This is the only way..

Anonymoose
1 month ago

what fascinates me is from what I can tell, there is NO rail line across the center of the state from Miami to Naples. The most southern means to get freight across from east/west side of the coast is by going up to WPD, and then jagging across to Tampa, which then has its own branch lines that go south.

It seems freight or a highspeed line across South Florida, alongside i75, would honestly be a groundbreaking move.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s because we have a natural park called the Everglades that we want to preserve and keep free from human intervention. That’s something we’ll never compromise on, especially when it’s so easy to drive across the state.

anonymous
1 month ago

except you could easily build an elevated rail track in the median I75 all the way across and would have minimal impact to the everglads

Anonymous
1 month ago

Okay, I can get on board with that, as long as newcomers understand how important the Everglades is to our ecosystem.

Anon
1 month ago

Elevated rail would be far less disruptive than the grade level roads we’ve built that completely interrupt habitats

Anonymous
1 month ago

yes, there should never, ever be ground level rail through the Everglades. I’m even on the fence about elevated rail, especially freight, we all saw what happened in East Palestine.

Tamiami
1 month ago

The everglades are only south of Okeechobee and we already have transportation corridors just no rail.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Don’t worry it’ll never happen. It’s not cost effective. Freight would need industry and passenger trains… need passengers. SW FL doesn’t have much of either. The population of Naples is 19,372 and Fort Myers 92,245. Hardly worth investing billions and billions in rail. Best hope is that Manatee County (Pop 412,703) might get something into Tampa around 50 years from now.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Build it on the median of I-75. Plenty of space, less and wildlife will probably be hit by trains than mongs every week.

Tamiami
1 month ago

We definitely should have an i-85 corridor with rail going up the center of the state along SR27.

Anonymous
1 month ago

There isn’t the demand. For Freight, most of the remaining trackage in SW FL is owned and operated by Seminole Gulf Railway (they also run a Murder Mystery Dinner train). Their trackage has been shrinking over the years because the customer base has been evaporating. There is nothing left anymore between Sarasota and Punta Gorda. SGR runs from Arcadia to maybe Bonita Springs although they may have abandoned some of it south of Alico. Most Freight goes either over the FEC along the coast or CSX down the middle and towards the SE (Sebring, Okeechobee, WPB). For passenger service the population in SW Florida isn’t high enough to build anything. Ridership studies have proved it out.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Seriously? There’s a murder mystery dinner train in Florida? That’s been a dream of mine! The west coast of Florida is totally uncharted territory for me, a life long Florida East Coaster, and I’m excited to explore now!

OmegaVen
1 month ago

There is no need for Brightline to run services out of Miami Intermodal Center. They have S FL covered well. It’s now up to MiamiDade to expand their commuter services. They will open the “Northeast Corridor” which will be a commuter service between Miami Central and Aventura. There’s already Tri-Rail and MetroRail that service both Miami Intermodal and Miami Central. Brightline’s next two stations in Stuart and Cocoa is a nice branch to fill out the eastern coast. That followed by Orlando Convention Center, maybe Disney Springs, and Tampa will be quiet a bit. Then there can be other commuter services sharing the line (SunRail, etc) like what takes place in S FL.

ParkingHater
1 month ago

honestly would love an MIC-Port of Miami special train timed for cruise ship departures. would slap

Spuwho
1 month ago

That was being planned when Virgin was an investor in Brightline, to connect to Virgin Cruise ships. That has been dropped. Also Brightline did discuss an offering with a group headed by David Beckham to build a soccer stadium at the end of the Pier, but when the POM voted down the stadium, so did Brightline. Talks with the Miami Heat have occurred about “Heat Special” trains to drop fans off at the arena. Nothing announced since then.

OmegaVen
1 month ago

Spuwho, Brightline already has “Heat” (Buzzer Beater) trains along with Marlins (Home Runner), soccer (GOOOL Getter) and Miami Dolphin (I forget the catch phrase) trains. You can easily see these listed when you’re looking at tickets. They include complimentary shuttles to and from the events. They’ve been doing this for quite some time now.

wpb_DemiGod
28 days ago

Miami Dolphins = End Zone Express

Anonymous
1 month ago

They talked about it, It’s on the back burner. I think if the demand ever gets high enough, they’ll do it. They’d have to have produce at least 2 full trains of people just going on cruises midday weekends. Right now rideshare and shuttles are working.

Brandon
1 month ago

Adding to the Sunrail discussion, I would love if there was a Sunrail connection all the way to Tampa, with local stops connecting to the existing Sunrail system. I could see that being popular

Anonymous
1 month ago

Universal Studios/Orange Convention Center, Disney, Lakeland and Tampa are next. Once that’s done in 2029, then Jacksonville

The Northlander
1 month ago

There is a lot to unpack here.

First of all, Brightline continues to lose massive amounts of money. It is a real estate play, not a transportation company, and the train service is only there to make the real estate deals work. How long they can keep that scheme going is unknown.

Second, even with all this “record breaking” ridership, Brightline has never met the passenger projections from their original business case. Go look up the old AAF papers if you don’t believe me, but at a minimum they needed 2M short distance and 2M long distance passengers and they are nowhere near that.

Third, despite the insanely high prices Brightline has done very well in selling tickets. They hit the lottery, appearing at just the right moment when Miami’s pent-up demand for transit, vast wealth and work-from-home patterns all simultaneously made a $75 ticket for a 20 min train ride from Aventura workable. Good for them. But what this really shows is that the FEC line would be tremendously successful as a Tri-Rail commuter line, as long intended. Tri-Rail was long unique for being the only commuter line anywhere that didn’t actually enter a downtown, and yet it managed to stay alive. On the FEC route it would look like the LIRR if there were $5-10 from North Miami, Aventura, Hollywood, etc. into the Miami core.

Fourth, now I understand why it’s so hard to get commuter tickets at times. They aren’t necessarily selling all those Orlando tickets but they need to keep seats open to try to because they bring in so much more revenue. What is truly needed here is a separation between a commuter rail service and an intercity service, just like every other train route in the world.

OmegaVen
1 month ago

MiamiDade will be starting a commuter service, the “Northeast Corridor”, between Brightline Miami Central and Aventura.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Can it be unified with metro rail? You can just call each line a different color.

ParkingHater
1 month ago

no, gonna be a heavy rail line, like a new tri rail

Northlander
1 month ago

A long time ago, this corridor was actually planned to be MetroRail.

Anonymous
1 month ago

It will be interesting to see who ends up running that commuter service, Tri-rail, BL or another company like Bombardier (who runs Sunrail in Orlando).

Anonymous
1 month ago

If Brightline ran it, this would pad their resume so they could bid on operating another existing rail service. Like one of those state sponsored services in NY State or Connecticut. Doesn’t the government in UK do that?

Anonymous
1 month ago

Please be metro rail!

Northlander
1 month ago

That service has to pay huge fees to Brightline, which is why it has been slow to get going. Brightline isn’t giving up that traffic for free.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The company lost money in 2023 during the Orlando ramp up but I understand that if you remove those extra costs the WPB-Miami segment made money. Now that everything is stabilized, we’ll see what happens in 2024. I think seeing the first quarter 2024 numbers will provide a good indication of future financials. So future expansion doesn’t drag down existing profits they’ve spun off the development of Orlando to Tampa into another company to improve their balance sheet, so those costs don’t drag down the profits of the existing running segment. I also think not having enough passenger cars during rush hour trains is reducing passenger counts and revenue. Remember in 2023 they removed cars from an existing train so they could add passenger cars to the WPB-Miami route making 5 car trains because ridership was so high. This year they can’t do that plus they have more passengers to Orlando all using 4 car train sets. They also couldn’t do the Polar Express specials. I hope Siemans is doing their best to get those new cars built and delivered.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Misinformation, Brightline is losing money and that’s why Metromover should be extended to my mommy’s house for free.

Chyneesha
1 month ago

Glad they are getting more trains. Everyone knows there’s demand, kinda nice that it’s private and they don’t need to do studies… Pretty evident that there is STRONG demand!!

Vote Red
1 month ago

Big government is the biggest deterrent to our success.

Think Purple
1 month ago

Are Republican politicians truly against big government or just selling out? If they don’t believe in government, why run for office? Oversimplifying may lead to foreign lobbyists and global corporations gaining control. Wish we had three parties for better checks and balances, like our federal branches.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Cool, run as an independent cuck so Democraps can blame you for losing instead of Russia and waycissum.

butta f
1 month ago

it’s semi private they got government help

ParkingHater
1 month ago

I wish they’d increase capacity though frequency instead of length. But it’s still a win!

BDub
1 month ago

Longer trains don’t require more crew, so they are more profitable.

Anonymous
1 month ago

More frequency increases demand and can also be more profitable.
Service from Miami to West Palm could be more useful with increased frequency, but Brightline only has rolling stock for the current service.

ParkingHater
1 month ago

yes that’s unfortunately the point, the cheaper option doesn’t improve the current service. aside from hopefully driving down ticket prices

Anonymous
1 month ago

Can’t run additional trains because of the New River Bridge

Tony
1 month ago

I’m in southern Spain and everyone travels by metro, bus, or bicycle. The metro and bus system is very, very inexpensive and the long range trains are very reasonably priced. We have nothing like this to compare and actually it’s an embarrassment. Bright line is a joke!!

Brandon
1 month ago

Would love to see Brightline make an extension from Tampa down to Bradenton, Sarasota and so forth. Essentially creating a giant circle for the middle of the state. As someone from Sarasota I’d love to take the train to the other west coast cities!! One could dream

Anonymous
1 month ago

I wish we had something like that here in Arizona, at least between Tucson and Phoenix! And we could use it too, there’s a shortage of passenger rail here in Arizona including Amtrak running through Tucson only 6 times a week and bypassing Phoenix and with so many cars and with I-10 being so dangerous between Tucson and Phoenix!

Ybflorida
1 month ago

Brightline is too expensive. Trirail is far west, how would someone in Aventura for instance get on Trirail easily? Trirail doesn’t get sold out, as far as I know you don’t need a reservation, you might have to stand…

ACS
1 month ago

DO I HEAR FREIGHT COMPANIES THINKING OF RETURNING TO PASSENGER SERVICE?

newkirk
1 month ago

i dont buy it. sounds to me like theyre cutting costs.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Growing pains

Alejandro
1 month ago

This is absolutely not true. That train is empty all the time because tickers cost $30 from Aventura to fort Lauderdale. It’s a scam aimed for tourist and not everyday-south floridians.

Annonymous
1 month ago

Well done Brightline! The service is excellent.
Don’t they have enough equipment to increase the offer with additional departures, let’s say, three departures per hour? Or maybe add extra trains only on the portion that demand exceeds the capacity.

Barbara V.
1 month ago

I really appreciated the fact I could board in Orlando and get to Miami without having to worry about crazy traffic. The station was clean and easy to navigate. It does get pricey since I’m driving an hour to Orlando, taking the train, then getting a cab to the port. It’s something people need to be aware of and build into their budget. I will go to Miami more because of the ease of Brightline.

Name*
1 month ago

Hopefully they don’t overdo adding capacity to the short trips and leave that open for the urban Tri-Rail service. Save the train sets for more longer route capacity.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Spoken by someone who clearly has never had to meet friends in West Palm or Boca at dinner on Friday at 7. Brightline is a gamechanger.

Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s if it runs on time and isn’t 100 dollars each way. You could Uber there faster and for less money at times with your own chauffeur.

Rob
1 month ago

I’ve used it a few times and it always has been on time to the minute

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’ve also ridden it a few times or had plans ruined with friends who experienced delays lasting multiple hours without any information on resumption of service or refunds.

OmegaVen
1 month ago

You are far more likely to meet delays in your Uber than you will on Brightline. The few “hours long delays” you mention are due to idiots on the track. Compared to the many delays and idiots on the roads/highways/turnpikes – it’s not even close. Hell, just the weather is enough to make your drive down to Miami proceed at no more than 30 MPH. Been there, done that on a weekday after 9PM. Then there’s the fact that you’re trying to sit in a cramped car that entire time..

Anonymous
1 month ago

I’m not blacking brightline but maybe state needs to put in better guard rails or whatever is causing people to stop on tracks

Anonymous
1 month ago

Knocking*

Anonymous
1 month ago

The government can’t stop stupidity. In fact, the party occupying D.C. currently relies on it for votes.

Anonymous
1 month ago

You can’t have a happy hour cocktail in an Uber.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Exactly we need an express Tri Rail train for people going from WPB to Miami for work, who aren’t coming to drink or party, and don’t want to stop every 5 minutes.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Well nothing probably exists north of Aventura and his head.

Name*
27 days ago

Yeah, because [ iT”S nOt miAMi]

Fabeetz
1 month ago

Everyone babbles and wails for decades for mass transit, and now they ain’t satisfied.

Anonymous Gansta
1 month ago

Demand exceeds supply, like all the p-$$y tryin get on me

Name*
1 month ago

It’s tryna

Melo is sigma and Chad
1 month ago

Maybe they should invest in smaller cheaper trains to service their routes from stuart to west palm and from aventura to Miami.

Rob
1 month ago

No. I don’t agree. The beautiful trains are one of the reasons of the success. They are modern, spotless.

Anonymous
1 month ago

The tri rail trains are pretty nice too. We just need express tri rail trains.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Palm Beach Gardens is getting a stop soon I believe, next to the new downtown area.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Stuart is getting a brightline stop, and coco beach too.

Name*
1 month ago

For a full size multitrack full rail heavy rail full size train system, those elevated girders don’t look as strong as other train Bridges.

Remember when they were saying it might not be heavy enough for other big trains like Tri-Rail service?

Chyneesha
1 month ago

That would happen in Miami… They start then stop service because the trains are too heavy. Lol

Anonymous
1 month ago

I had to wait in the train in Stuart for 45 minutes to get to Orlando and they said on the intercom that Stuart only allows access over the bridge at certain times 🤦‍♂️

Spuwho
1 month ago

This is correct. The marine businesses went to the Coast Guard at the last minute and forced Brightline to delay their schedule to have the bridge open longer. The FEC, Brightline, FDOT and the FRA are currently looking at a whole new bridge project in Stuart to avoid this long term delay. But it will cost millions.

Anonymous
1 month ago

BL’s entire Orlando line and Miami Central is built for lighter passenger trains (bridges and higher grades). Those standards are for heavy freight trains. That ramp to Miami Central is build 100 times over capacity rather than 200 times that’s all.

Anonymous
1 month ago

Big deal. California’s HSR supply exceeds demand 100% of the time. It’s guaranteed.

Anonymous
1 month ago

By the time it’s completed, no citizens will be left in Commiefornia.