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We've noticed that a lot of the problem is people focusing on the board when it's not their turn (which is good!) to the extent that they don't realize quickly when their turn starts (which is bad). Things sped up a lot when we simply had each player announce "Done!" as they completed their turn.
The holder of the destination cards must connect the cities. The rules are explicit about this (emphasis mine). Each Destination Ticket includes the name of two cities on the map and a Point Value. If a player successfully completes a series of routes that connect the two cities, they will add the amount of points indicated on the Destination Ticket ...
The holder of the destination card has to connect the two cities with their own trains. The route can be as roundabout as you like though, as long as they are connected. In the Ticket to Ride: Europe version, you can build stations which then let you count another player's route as if it was your own for the purposes of scoring destination cards.
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