Obviously, there are a lot of things for a lot of people to think about.
But the one that sticks out to most people is probably the effort to redirect money away from the trestle project and into a bike path that would be a significant amenity for the West Side.
The farsighted trestle project is not achievable in the short term. The city doesn't have the money for it.
There is a $1.7 million congressional earmark, $760,000 secured by Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, and about $400,000 in city funds. That won't advance a $20 million trestle project very much.
The bike path, on the other hand, is very feasible.
Here's hoping it works out.