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Ted K. -- yes, the reason that the SF MUNI system doesn't run 3-car light rail consists is because they would draw more power than the overhead wiring infrastructure is capable of providing.

Cavan -- yes, the White Oak opportunities make a yellow line up Colesville more viable than going up GA Ave. Too bad NH Ave. is so far east of GA Ave. up by Walter Reed, because it would be good to have stations north of Petworth (Missouri Ave., Walter Reed) but then, from the standpoint of White Oak, a New Hampshire alignment would make more sense.

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