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Considering the haphazard way the DC streetcar project has progressed, one could easily assume that the extent of planning was limited to someone showing up at work one morning and saying "Hey, guys, the mayor and I think it would be really cool if DC had streetcars. Let's get to work!".

Downright ridiculous.

BTW, I support the streetcars. But the progress on the project has been a joke to the point that the only reason to finish it is so DC doesn't come looking even sillier than it already does.

by ceefer66 on Jan 30, 2013 8:45 pm • linkreport

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