Check the ridership on the consolidated stops, which you CAN cite from the Blue Book. Milton and Central Ave., the only two of any significance, pool at the combined station. The others are literally the lowest-ridership stops on the entire rapid transit system totaling fewer riders combined than some faceless outer C-line stop and whose walking access to the nearest consolidated stop is well within rapid transit averages.It does not take a citation to point out that eliminating 4 trolley stops will require people who now take the trolley to take a bus and fly-overs at Capen and Central Ave will never, ever be built
You cannot have new-install HRT grade crossings of any kind, so both grade crossings MUST be eliminated by law.
If you're going to snarkily proclaim these beliefs about what is always/never and forever, at least get your basic-most facts straight first.