Comment 88873

By LOL all over again (anonymous) | Posted May 22, 2013 at 21:48:13 in reply to Comment 88857

Let's take another look at your claims. Sacramento proper has a population of 466,000. The urban area has a population of 1,440,000 and the metro area has a population of 2,600,000. Hamilton proper has a population of 520,000 and the metro area swells that number to 720,000. A far cry from the real numbers of Sacramento which also happens to be the capitol of one of the most populous states in the U.S.A.

Charlotte proper has population of 750,000 the urban area increases that to 1,250,000 and the metro area stands at 2,300,000.

Norfolk proper has a population of 245,000 but the urban population is over a million and the metro population is over 1.6 million.

Again and again the numbers show that no city as small as Hamilton has a LRT system. There is a reason for that. The cost. Again and again we see that LRT is found in MAJOR urban centers not small cities like Hamilton.

LRT here and now makes no sense, especially economic sense.

Let the downvoting begin.

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