"Hope for low cost rail line," the editorial headline said. "Tonawanda trolley study good move."
The editorial suggested that authorities "make use of existing rail lines." There is only one line, and that will probably have to be repaired. Unless this is to be a one-way system, another line will have to be added.
It would be nice if you people looked into what you're writing about before you write about it.
Who in their right mind would buy half-century-old trolley cars? Would you go out and buy an automobile that old, and run it 20 hours a day? Why would you make a small lemon into a bigger one?
The people in the Tonawandas have survived for a long time without this lemon. Who wants to go to Buffalo, anyway?