Recent Examples of streetcar from the Web
Bus transfers can also be purchased when passes are bought on the streetcars.
Most people were in a rush to get home to supper and briefly glanced out the streetcar windows to look at the sky then returned to their business.
In a semicircle behind the figure are five granite pillars, fashioned like upturned streetcars; while in front, a stainless-steel ballot box rests on a broad table.
City leaders now want to build a streetcar across it.
Fifty years before the influential Montgomery, Alabama, bus strike, Walker used her newspaper to organize a strike of Richmond's streetcar system in protest of its segregation.
The city of Charlotte will close the Hawthorne Lane bridge over Independence Boulevard starting Monday morning for construction of the Gold Line streetcar.
On other days, the burgeoning downtown population could comfortably access the park by foot, bike and a new streetcar system.
The hotel opens this summer inside the former downtown New Orleans headquarters of the city's iconic utility and streetcar operator.
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