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April 2014

Seattle aerial gondola system proposed

The system, which can move 1,800 passengers per hour each way, would link Seattle’s waterfront with downtown’s convention center.

July 2012

Copper wire thefts hinder rail services

Metal scavengers have stolen copper wires from SEPTA's tracks. The agency is spending up to $500,000 yearly to repair and replace the damaged equipment.

September 2010

Women In Transportation: Cathy Strombom

Title: Vice President and Senior Planning Manager Organization: Parsons Brinckerhoff City: Seattle

November 2009

Light Rail Openings Boon to Ridership, Growth

This past summer saw three new light rail lines open in Dallas, Portland, Ore. and Seattle. With significant community support each city had successful rollouts, greater ridership than originally anticipated and voters are asking for more.

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