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History Cafe: Public Transportation

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Public Transportation
Seattle, WA

In 1941, Seattle’s streetcar tracks were torn up and sold for scrap. Now we’re tunneling under Capitol Hill and laying new tracks on Broadway. What has changed? Join in a discussion about the past and present of Seattle’s street railways with Capitol Hill Seattle blog-writer Robert Ketcherside and Seattle Transit Blog editor Martin H. Duke.

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Rapid Transit is very essential for the public transportation in big city areas. Due to the busy working environment and time priority the buses should be available as rapid transit and help people to go their offices quickly. People can able to easily reach their respective offices in time due to the help of rapid transit services. It will now active in Chicago and it is a nice thing or the people over their. But the most important thing is the traffic system and the bus routes or the roads. These things need to be well organized for the rapid transit.

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