Trains subsidy in question

Regarding Mark Milke’s guest column, “Airports the new train stations,” — maybe for a select portion of the population

Dear Editor:

Regarding Mark Milke’s guest column, “Airports the new train stations,” — maybe for a select portion of the population who can afford to fly anywhere.

The biggest reason I found fault with that article is because of its rather conservative perspective objecting to how much trains are subsidized. Yet, after reading this article, I opened my mail to see in an AMA pamphlet that stated “Every year collisions cost our society $5 billion.

Aren’t our roadways a form of “government handout” also?

Evone Monteith