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In reopening the Canal streetcar line, New Orleans is reclaiming its rich history of streetcar service.
Eugene got its first electric streetcar line in 1907, when the Portland, Eugene & Eastern Co.
The TriMet buses link seamlessly with 52 miles of light rail and the nation's first new streetcar line in a half-century.
Atlanta, for example, received $47 million to create a streetcar line between the Centennial Olympic Park downtown and the Martin Luther King Jr.
He was a real estate developer, buying 1,700 acres between Dupont Circle and suburban Chevy Chase, Maryland, served by his streetcar line.
135) Even the "Workingman's" insurgency was a short-lived success: Although it led to the construction of a new City Hall and streetcar line, the revolt crumbled amid the defection of many white workers back to the Democratic banner.
Brand made a fortune with utilities and real estate, and he joined with Henry Huntington to bring a streetcar line to Glendale, contributing to the city's growth.
Adjacent streetcar line connects residents with downtown and Portland State University.
Other projects being considered include a parking deck and a museum at the end of the streetcar line in North Little Rock where the cars will be housed and maintained.
3) They demonstrate the heavy economic risks of streetcar line expansion and the failure of most suburban streetcar companies to establish networks in cities already served by streetcar firms dominating the core.
The new store is located in Vulcan Real Estate's 2201 Westlake building, on the southwest corner of Westlake Avenue and Denny Way, directly on the Seattle Streetcar line.
The 194-room hotel will open in 2015 and is located at Poydras Street and Loyola Avenue, across from the Poydras Street Station streetcar line in the sports and entertainment district in downtown New Orleans and adjacent to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans Arena and the new Medical District; and just blocks from the French Quarter, Morial Convention Center and Mississippi Riverfront.