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A streetcar line would need run down Bladensburg Road to be of much use.

MARC would be a good interim option, but Metrorail is probably the best way to go eventually. A line along the Amtrak/MARC/CSX R.O.W. could (in theory) extend as far out as Hyattsville, perhaps even join the Green Line south of College Park.

This could be a highly beneficial investment for areas like Hyattsville, North Brentwood, and Mt. Rainier...And could possibly help with the daily traffic woes along New York Avenue in DC.

by John Marzabadi on Nov 15, 2012 12:14 pm • linkreport

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