Should D.C.'s new streetcar system be run on overhead wires?
The District is putting down the first miles of track for a planned 37-mile streetcar network, a throwback of a kind popping up in many cities that advocates hope will bring back Washington's still-languishing neighborhoods.
But what if the next catalyst of Washington's rebirth leaves a blot on the cityscape? The streetcars envisioned by D.C. planners -- and the first three they've purchased -- are powered by overhead electrical wires. Read the full article.
April 6, 2010; 8:39 AM ET
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