Recent Examples of streetcar from the Web
The four-mile electric streetcar line played a vital role in Bellaire's development.
Canal Street, with its swaying palm trees and bustling streetcar lines, serves as a grand gateway to the heart of the city.
Known for its walkable, canopied streets and craftsman style bungalow homes, Elizabeth is the city’s second oldest streetcar suburb dating back to 1891.
As the streetcar made the turn at Lee Circle, its namesake was still sitting atop the pillar at its center.
Track changes: Switzerland has opened the world’s only trinational streetcar system, connecting Basel to its neighbors in France and Germany.
If council extends the new tax break, the building's owner would have to agree to return 15 percent of abatement value to streetcar operations under a program called voluntary tax incentive contribution agreement.
The estimated cost for the streetcar project is between $97 million and $243 million for about 9.5 miles, or about $10 million to $25 million per mile.
Housing has been zoned around streetcar and subway lines to attract riders.
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