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D.C. Streetcar begins training operators in traffic

Posted on August 5, 2014

Courtesy D.C. Streetcar
Courtesy D.C. Streetcar
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The D.C. Department of Transportation began training streetcar operators in traffic for the first time Monday, along H Street and Benning Road in Northeast Washington, WJLA reported.

Transportation officials say each operator will train with supervisors under various traffic scenarios — part of the process in order to be certified to carry passengers, according to the report.

Passenger service is expected to start later this year.

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