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Implications for Col Pike? As density on the Pike (and in Baileys) grows, how do you scale up that particular streetcar? Change the streetcar/bus ratio to increase volumes - then at some point run double streetcar trains - is that feasible on the Pike? Would it be feasible to build an underground "premetro" for the streetcar on a short inner section of the Pike, with it emerging to street running? Youd need a relatively wide place for that, assuming you can't dedicate any space to transit on the Pike.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Feb 20, 2013 11:54 am • linkreport

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