The Los Angeles Daily News editorial board took time to opine on certain transportation developments. In response to last week’s news of the benefits residents near Expo Line experience with newfound rapid transit, an op-ed noted that the study must be taken with a grain of salt. Quoting transit critic Adrian Moore, the op-ed warned that while the results of a study regarding travel habits for said residents is indisputable, it is unreasonable to build so much rail transit to change the habits of commuters on the same level. Thus, transit proponents must continue refining their message in order for Angelenos to remain bullish on rail expansion, even if most will not use it regularly. In a separate editorial, the Daily News praised the speed with which Metrolink is installing positive train control throughout its network, in contrast to what is happening elsewhere, but expressed concern that the high cost of doing so will burden the private railroads who must pay for the upgrades.