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David: well it depends. If the intention is to run both buses and streetcars together in the same lanes in the future, you could probably go with Option 3. But given that you have multiple streetcar lines congregating along K Street, there's probably going to be enough streetcar frequency to where running buses along there as well would impact the operations of both. Secondly, with Option 2, aren't commuter buses still going to run along the street lanes? If so, then there'd be no difference/impact to ops when the bus lanes are converted over to streetcar.

by Froggie on Oct 23, 2009 11:37 am • linkreport

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