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> why end a metro line as a stub at Bladensburg and New York? Why not run it parallel to the Camden line trains up to Mt. Rainier

The capacity issue is the bigger problem. If we're going to go to the expense of a new Metrorail line, something like this would be at best maybe 3rd in line after separate tunnels downtown for the Blue and Yellow lines.

by Dan Malouff on Nov 15, 2012 12:08 pm • linkreport

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