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February 4, 2014

D.C. DOT issues RFQ for integrated premium transit system

The system, which includes a streetcar network, local bus provisions, and both existing and new transit facilities, is designed to link neighborhoods with attractive transportation alternatives.


April 8, 2013

Georgetown U.: Extend D.C. streetcar to main campus

Would mean three Georgetown campuses would be located along the same streetcar line: the law campus, the new Georgetown downtown campus and ideally the main campus in upper northwest D.C.


March 1, 2013

D.C. DOT unveils redesigned streetcar site

In addition to a new design, the site features up to date information on current and future lines, construction impacts and an interactive event calendar.


April 10, 2012

Oregon Iron Works to build streetcars for D.C. DOT

Will manufacture two streetcars for the DC Streetcar system. The new vehicles will be built in the U.S. and will begin running in 2013.


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