Agreed. They've tried to run the railroad on the cheap since 1983. Their mentality is that the only alternative to a poorly run commuter rail system is no rail at all. The bump in capital funding from Act 89 has done nothing to change their outlook. And when did they decide to downgrade the Paoli station design to two tracks? The last one I saw was three tracks...unless the third one was for the mandatory but never-to-be-used freight bypass capability. But they see NJT and Amtrak making do with a two track Metropark station (another penny wise, pound foolish decision). So they figure if it's good enough for a real railroad like NJT it's good enough for them.