Getting travelers to accept city-to-airport rail links

06/20/2003 | USA Today

It's difficult to build city-to-airport rail links because America's travel habits don't justify an expensive push to expand rail service to airports, transportation experts say. Some transportation planners say improved links between air and rail travel are needed to ease highway congestion, reduce pollution and wean airports from costly constructions.

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