If by all the way to the end, you mean HB 1011 getting passed this session, I think the odds are 50/50. I think the House will be on board, but the Senators are another story. The pro-transit group must address density questions and federal funding concerns and questions. Projections of savings and revenue to the community with enhanced transit must also be made clear. The potential date of a referendum must be clear. This includes public health, time and operations savings, taxable income from jobs, etc. The argument, though correct and reasonable, that investment and talent will follow isn't strong enough on its on to entice skeptics. And unfortunately, doing right by the disadvantaged doesn't sell to Marion and Hamilton county voters.