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The George Benson Waterfront Streetcar Line was popular with citizens and tourists alike, as it provided the only public transportation along the busy Seattle waterfront. Read more...
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Show your support for the Waterfront Streetcar--Join us at 6/20 and 6/26 meetings and get a sticker! ow.ly/m2Ut1
Yesterday from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via HootSuite
Seattle urban and transit planning: a failure of vision -- and how you can help turn it around ow.ly/lTct9
About 5 days ago from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via HootSuite
Even in 1974, 1st Ave couldn't handle a streetcar. Put it on the waterfront! @jseattle @joelconnelly ow.ly/lPk66
Last week from SaveOurStreetcar's Twitter via HootSuite
@joelconnelly: Why not revive the Waterfront Streetcar?
We Need You to Attend the Waterfront Meeting June 26; 1,500 Signatures; Ideas Wanted ow.ly/lLQxt
Latest news on efforts to Save Our Streetcar
Tell the Seattle Mayor, the King County Executive, the City Council, and the County Council that you support rebuilding the Waterfront Streetcar Line!
There's a lively conversation going on in the Save the Seattle Waterfront Streetcar (Again) group on Facebook. Join your neighbors and add your comments!
Ask your friends to join us. Officials need to know that people from Seattle, and everywhere else, don't want a sterile, unwalkable waterfront with no public transit!