You only think that it's unfair because your city got the short end of the stick (where "short end of the stick" translates to "significantly more service and options that a single slow train in the middle of the night"). Like it or not, the people voted for politicians that would fight for them. Want to fix it? Convince your fellow Pennsylvanians to vote for politicians that will support the rail service that you desire.Oh I accept it. Doesn't mean I have to like it and doesn't mean I have to think it's fair. To me, fair would be to choose routes and service that maximize ridership and revenue. But of course there are other issues to consider.You seem unwilling or unable to come to terms with the fact that Ohio and Pennsylvanian failed to put their political muscles and funds behind the trains that were eliminated. There were options and they were not chosen.