Since education makes a person more likely to leave your region, how do you justify your investment in human capital?
There's a story that Youngstown rose to prominence with the Mafia because it was midway on a drive from New York to Chicago. Who drives between Pittsburgh and Cleveland?
"Who drives between Pittsburgh and Cleveland?"Those business travelers employing airport arbitrage thanks to the shrinking service out of the region's international flyways.More seriously, Youngstown is a kind of watershed for commuting patterns. The labor market for a Youngstown resident includes both Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
If that's to be the case, than WRTA has to step up its game. For as convenient as it is to drive through Cleveburgh, it certainly isn't particularly accessible through alternate means.
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