The George Benson Waterfront Streetcar Line was popular with citizens and tourists alike, as it provided the only public transportation along the busy Seattle waterfront. Read more...
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Transit Alert – Seattle area transit service will be affected during multiple weekend events ow.ly/EqD7301BWYD
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Transit Alert – Expect some transit service reroutes & delays in downtown Seattle during street closures on 6/24-25 ow.ly/THAz301A9Nh
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Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space: An idea for Sunday streetcar service in DC: heritage streetcars ow.ly/zwVm300WklG
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Streetcars en vogue, but study urges use beyond tourists ow.ly/20Si300W75H
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