Jul 16, 2019 | News | 0 comments

Christina Cassotis
July-August, 2019

In the old days in the U.S., if your town had a railroad station, the town flourished. If not, your town struggled.

It may seem like times were simpler then. But the basic concept of transportation remains the same. Business and commerce depend on having access to transportation to move people and goods, which helps to fuel regional economies.

In many large cities across the United States, people take this access for granted. After all, if you live in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta or another large place, it’s likely you have robust air service, probably through at least one hub carrier.

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