Hall of Famer
- Apr 8, 2008
It's always amazing how some organizations struggle with the simple idea of moving people around. You can fly a jet plane from London to Austin flawlessly like I did recently--and then wait an hour for luggage to come out and wait in long security lines. Airports are merely places where people walk around and get their luggage--compared to jet planes that fly subsonically at 30,000 feet--yet they run badly. It really should not be hard to shuttle people around on short bus trips.Agree performance on the field will bring more fans.
The Parking situation will always be a problem for the new or casual fan.
Waiting an hour or 90 minutes for a shuttle bus back to the RAC is not going to keep fans.
Need to solve this issue.