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Have you guys down in D. C. seen this?

But frankly, I prefer neat, simple overhead trolley wires to this unproven technology. And don't forget, in many places around the world, span wires are attached to buildings with eyebolts. This eliminates many poles and makes for a much better looking overhead system. I don't know how the new underground system would work out with the snow and ice, that Washington sometimes gets. The places where it has been tried don't get snow and ice.

by Transit Jeff on Oct 27, 2009 2:42 am • linkreport

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