I am disappointed in several recent articles on transportation efficiency. In "Fuel Standards Kill" (Aug. 28), the reporter provides sentence after sentence of criticism of fuel-efficient vehicles but offers no solutions to the current energy situation.
This was followed by an article of similar tone on Sept. 11 debunking commuter rail. Perhaps these writers reflect a growing subset. Some American citizens are too eager to cast stones and too eager to hide their heads in the status quo or too aligned with special interests to admit that others are "on to something."
Salt Lake City