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Logan to consider building land-side train to replace shuttle buses

Logan to consider building land-side train to replace shuttle buses

Old Apr 25, 18, 4:02 pm
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Logan to consider building land-side train to replace shuttle buses

Per an article in the Boston Globe, Massport will conduct a feasibility study on building a train or monorail to connect the terminals and the rental car center.

Boston Globe article

In my opinion, it seems like an worthwhile thing to study but the billion-dollar price estimate certainly raises concerns. Perhaps building a third level of roadway would be a more viable option. You could have it only be for buses, which would include shuttle buses as well as hotel shuttles and Logan Express, etc.

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Old Apr 25, 18, 4:30 pm
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I wish there was a way to "short" something like this
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Old Apr 26, 18, 5:50 am
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How about a post-security/airside train? Please? Pretty please?
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Old May 11, 18, 3:55 pm
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The "Logan 2000" plan (before it was shrunken and renamed the "Logan Modernization Project" to remove the implicit deadline) included an automated people mover from the T station to all the terminals. It didn't last long, IIRC, because as costs rose they had to drop something....
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i can't imagine how they'd thread a monorail, etc. through the rat's nest of structures and access roads, landside or airside. Adding the EWR train was a walk in the park by comparison.
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