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great to see that two of the new lines are re-using the oldest right of way in the city- that goes on 8th street SE.

Of course- be ready for the elderly car-centric CHRS to fight against all new streetcars or even Metro improvements.

CHRS is not about historic preservation- they are all about PARKING PRESERVATION and new streetcars along 8th street will mean fewer spaes dedicated to car parking so they will no doubt fight it.

Dick Wolfe has already come out against new street cars.

by w on Oct 23, 2009 10:13 am • linkreport

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