What if we did some truly old school advertising?
In the US, high-speed rails has become a hot policy topic. In addition to curbing the US addiction to gasoline, these train lines could also create jobs and make domestic travel easy and more accessible than flying. Yet we all know that Americans have been woefully behind Asia and Europe in the development of these trains. How late are we? Well, if the above video is to be believed, this idea has been tossed around since 1965!
In a collaboration with the US PIRG (Federation of
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State Public Interest Research Groups) the actors Vincent Kartheiser and Rich Sommer (aka Pete Campbell and Harry Crane) do an impromtu (but ultimately, fruitless) brainstorm for High-Speed Trains. The film ends with a call to action via the website Mad Fast Trains, where citizens can write to their senators for high-speed rail investment.
I hope that high-speed rail comes to the states, and fast. And I must say, I haven’t been this surpised by Campbell since he and Trudy schooled everybody at “The Charleston”.