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DTLA’s electric streetcar moves closer
Los Angeles was built around an 1,100-mile streetcar network — at one point the largest electric railway system in the world. Now it’s moving to return to its roots as a transit-oriented, walkable, bicycle-friendly city. This week that idea moved closer to reality as the LA City Council unanimously signed off on environmental impact findings and a preferred route for a Downtown LA Streetcar line, connecting the Downtown area and integrating with regional and local transit. Decades after giving way to highways and bus systems, streetcars may be back!
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