george matthews wrote:Personally I wouldn't recommend any investment in transport to las Vegas. I don't believe it has a long term future. For one thing alone, its supply of water is under threat from the dessication of the Colorado river. For another, I doubt if its parasitic economy has a long term future.Why not? If the casinos are willing to foot the bill, let them.
As for no future, LV isn't Atlantic City. It'll survive. What it needs to do is find a working balance between 'sin city' and 'family friendly', to work.
Nevada's a weird state anyway, mostly owned by the feds, legalized gambling, legalized prostitution, and dotted with tiny towns between basically two population centers (three?)