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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Broken-hearted, sinking feeling: Damage done to tunnel-boring machine greater than thought ow.ly/N7bxb
About 3 days ago from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via Hootsuite
Where's the First Hill streetcar? Timeline uncertain ow.ly/Mi4pW
About 3 weeks ago from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via Hootsuite
City agency: Bertha settlement woes could cost $4 million more ow.ly/Lz3b1
About a month ago from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via Hootsuite
Too bad the streetcar didn't reopen as scheduled. Waterfront businesses to reopen on time ow.ly/Lgrqr
About 2 months ago from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via Hootsuite
GOP lawmaker doesn’t think state should pay to keep buses running through tunnel project ow.ly/LedVr
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