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I'm not suggesting a tunnel now. Its just that I've seen folks saying what Col Pike needs is higher density than currently proposed, and heavy rail rather than a street car. Which is very nice, but almost certainly not happening in the next 30 years. Or 40 years, I suppose.

I'm trying to brainstorm some way that the currently propsed streetcar line could be built, but could then scale up to something suitable for higher density, closer in operating charecteristics to heavy rail, as development proceeds and ridership grows.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Feb 20, 2013 12:54 pm • linkreport

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