In Atlanta, a painted message on the street alerts pedestrians to a streetcar ahead. In Sacramento, voters have defeated Measure B, which would have funded streetcars in the urban core.
In Atlanta, a painted message on the street alerts pedestrians to a streetcar ahead. In Sacramento, voters have defeated Measure B, which would have funded streetcars in the urban core. David Goldman AP
In Atlanta, a painted message on the street alerts pedestrians to a streetcar ahead. In Sacramento, voters have defeated Measure B, which would have funded streetcars in the urban core. David Goldman AP
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Marcos Breton: Streetcar voters couldn’t see where we’re going

June 06, 2015 03:43 PM

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