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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A waterfront without a streetcar is a dumb idea, too, Mr. Corner. ow.ly/R0Sf8
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Seattle viaduct park proposal to include trolley, artist stalls and garden bridge 'dripping with... ow.ly/QJF6v
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Why not pay for the streetcar with a LID? Here's Seattle's strategy for passing a $200M waterfront tax ow.ly/PYg6e
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G Lanman: Bring back streetcars, economic development follows. Charlotte’s Gold Line streetcar shimmers on first run ow.ly/PEiJJ
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Controversy about Annapolis, MD's waterfront has lessons for Seattle ow.ly/Pcmd7
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