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Boston, Phialdelphia, and New Orleans comes to mind when you hear the name streetcar, but rarely are those on streets with as dense traffic as the projected streets planned in Washington.
My only familiarity with streetcars comes by way of San Francisco (and no, I'm not talking about touristy cable cars). The streetcars that I rode had right of way, and had their own dedicated lanes. For instance, it was a breeze to hop on one near our hotel by the Ferry Building and ride down to Fisherman's Wharf.

Will the streetcars in DC have a dedicated lane and right of way?

by lou on Oct 23, 2009 6:50 pm • linkreport

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