zerzhul wrote: »
I'm not sure what you mean by request a review. Nobody has done the legwork this year of checking those trains out. In the past, certain trains were selected as the "named" trains based on the hookups, but that doesn't preclude someone from selecting a different train and meeting up with other folks on that train.
GhostDan wrote: »
Just a note from recent travel, my last 3 trips the "Northeast Corridor" lines have been running 30 minutes to multiple hours late. Keep that in mind when scheduling.
I didn't see anybody note it yet, but if you haven't gotten your tickets yet and are leaving Thursday prices have gone up (at least for Ohio). Every day but Thursday is the normal rate, but Thursday is showing $100 instead of the $64 the other days are.
"Requesting a formal review" might sound a bit pretentious or whatever. I just meant to ask whoever has been collecting the data to see what type of participation we get from people on the Metroid and Star Fox lines - I don't want to cut people out.
I guess this year one of the problems might be that no one has had time to formally organize the train lines and track who's doing what.
2010: 15 on Emerald (Star Fox), 3 on Orange (Metroid)
2011: 9 on Star Fox, 5 on Metroid
2012: 3 on Star Fox, 0 on Metroid
EDIT: Found schedule, getting to Boston at 8pm kills it for me .
Put it in your ear holes.
Yes, this is why unfortunately we won't be on the party train. I take the earlier train so we don't end up getting into Boston wicked late.