An artist’s rendering of the proposed Old Sacramento Station with two streetcars and Tower Bridge in the background, part of a proposed Downtown/Riverfront Streetcar project linking West Sacramento and Sacramento.
An artist’s rendering of the proposed Old Sacramento Station with two streetcars and Tower Bridge in the background, part of a proposed Downtown/Riverfront Streetcar project linking West Sacramento and Sacramento. Portland-based HDR Inc.
An artist’s rendering of the proposed Old Sacramento Station with two streetcars and Tower Bridge in the background, part of a proposed Downtown/Riverfront Streetcar project linking West Sacramento and Sacramento. Portland-based HDR Inc.

Letters: Streetcars, dreams, light rail, militias and environment

August 22, 2016 12:00 PM

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