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Is there even a definitive answer as to how these things will be powered?

Overhead catenary. That much is definite at this point.

That said, I'm also a bit miffed that we just bought all new street furniture for H Street, knowing full well that we'd need to replace the lamp posts with different models that could hold the wires.

I'm not sure I want to hold Fenty/Klein for mismanagement. The project was progressing nicely along before Gray was elected, at which point any planning or construction came to a screeching halt.

by andrew on Jan 31, 2013 9:36 am • linkreport

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