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Another second for the Rosslyn-Georgetown-Tenleytown-Friendship Heights line.
The 30s have constant issues (bunching, capacity during rush hour, large gaps between metro) that streetcars are best posed to fix. But the real question with streetcars is will the city still allow parking on streets that carry streetcars. If the city doesn't remove parking on streets with streetcar lines - get ready for gridlock when there is an accident involving a streetcar.
I'm a huge fan, loved having them in cities I've lived in before DC but you have to either remove parking or have very wide boulevards.
16th may be wide enough but H street, M Street, and Wisconsin are not.

by andy2 on Dec 14, 2012 9:15 am • linkreport

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