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Fixed track leads to economic development. No one builds a development around a bus line.
Also ease of use - I've been riding dc buses for 20 years, and I still have trouble remembering whether the it's the 96 or the 92 that goes to McLean Gardens. By contrast, I don't forget where the red line goes.
And for folks who haven't been riding buses for 20 years, a streetcar feels safer - you know where you're going to end up.

by urbanette on Oct 23, 2009 12:35 pm • linkreport

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