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I just want to say I'm thrilled that we're even having a serious conversation about rebuilding a streetcar network that is as ambitious as this one. DC has been backing away from the vision put forward by DC Transit Future almost since the day it appeared. This appears to be a real rededication to that vision.

I'll add, however, that I still have fantasies of a rebuilt Cabin John line. The ROW still exists and the Palisades neighborhood is extremely transit starved, despite the fact that it is a walkable neighborhood.

by Reid on Oct 23, 2009 10:32 am • linkreport

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