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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"It’s better to fight because if you don’t fight, you can’t win. Besides, even when you don’t win, you can change the game."--Sen. E. Warren
Yesterday from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via Hootsuite
Item 7: "What is the city going to do with the street grid and transit to prevent gridlock?" ow.ly/G0cfv
About 4 days ago from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via Hootsuite
If the tunnel is 70% complete, then why will the waterfront not be completed until 2021? ow.ly/FWqSQ
About 5 days ago from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via Hootsuite
'It's a series of dominoes:' Seattle waterfront redevelopment delayed at least a year by Bertha project ow.ly/FWp0w
McGinn-era tunnel study proving true: Bertha project was 'high risk,' ow.ly/FQnwp
Last week from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via Hootsuite
Latest news on efforts to Save Our Streetcar
Tell the Seattle Mayor, the King County Executive, the City Council, and the County Council that you support rebuilding the Waterfront Streetcar Line!
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Ask your friends to join us. Officials need to know that people from Seattle, and everywhere else, don't want a sterile, unwalkable waterfront with no public transit!