Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Welcome to Rail Life!

We are moving! I am excited and proud to say that we are now the "official blog of RailLife.com!" If you currently link to us, please update your link to point to RailLife.com/blog and don't forget to subscribe to our feed! We are in the process of transferring these posts and info. Soon, I will be blogging on the new platform and not here very much. I hope you will join me!
As one of the co-founders of Rail Life LLC., I am very proud to finally announce that we are getting close to launching our web site. Since 2006, Rail Life LLC has been preparing to bring you the most complete resource for life surrounding the upcoming light rail line in Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa. It is our goal to assist business owners, commuters, sports fans, convention goers, property owners, students, art lovers, vacationers and YOU in learning more about light rail and the areas and venues surrounding the line. Currently, we are in the early stages of rolling out an amazing resource for all to enjoy. In the next few months, we will be coming out of the testing and beta phases of our site and will become a great asset to everyone that lives, works or plays in the areas surrounding light rail.

At RailLife.com, we realize that "Your Life, is on the Line!"

13 comments:

Emily said...

Do you know how much it will cost for students to ride the light rail between the two campuses?
Thanks,
Emily Jones

Emily said...

Do you know how much it will cost for students to ride the light rail between the two campuses?
Thanks,
Emily Jones

Rail Life said...

Hi Emily,
It is our understanding that ALL ASU students will be given a pass as part of their tuition! How cool is that?!?!

cliff said...

Nick,
if you want to write about me, send me copies of what you write to my emaail address my son set up for me.....Or invite me to one of your meetings, if you want a "winshield point of view". Remember, do not believe all you read about us! I am a real light rail operator.
I love the job, only wish that there could be more customer contact, I miss that, after nearly 31 yrs of driving a city bus here in town and growing up in this town.....

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I am very sympathetic to the concerns of downtown Mesa businesses, who will see business plummet during construction. I hope the City of Mesa does some advertising or something to assist them during that time.

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