Wisconsin: Milwaukee streetcar celebrates solid first year, but extensions still in limbo: Slideshow

By Sean Ryan, Reporter, Milwaukee Business Journal; November 3, 2019 Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said he would like to see…

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How Muni’s oldest streetcar survived 122 years to become San Francisco’s sweetheart

By Magnolia McKay, KALW Local Public Radio; March 26, 2019 San Francisco’s oldest working streetcar is a survivor. Car 578,…

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Here’s shocking video proof Milwaukee’s The Hop streetcar can run in snow

By Matt Wild, Milwaukee Record; January 28, 2019 We’re almost three months into the life of The Hop, Milwaukee’s long-in-the-works…

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Milwaukee streetcar The Hop’s average daily rides increase in second month

By Sean Ryan, Reporter, Milwaukee Business Journal; January 15, 2019 Milwaukee’s downtown streetcar posted an increase in average daily ridership…

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Transportation Openings and Construction Starts Planned for 2019

By Yonah Freemark, The Transport Politic; January 8, 2019 Despite recent declines in transit ridership in the U.S., the construction…

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin moving ahead with expansion of The Hop streetcar to the Wisconsin Center convention hall

By James B. Nelson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; January 4, 2019 It’s full speed ahead with plans to extend the Milwaukee…

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Opening weekend Oklahoma City streetcar ridership totals released

By William Crum, The Oklahoman; December 20, 2018 Embark transit said it counted 20,104 trips taken on the downtown streetcar…

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Wisconsin: Milwaukee streetcar ‘The Hop’ ridership outpaces estimates

By Tom Durian , Photojournalist Jeremy Dunk, WTMJ NBC; November 29, 2018 Milwaukee City officials are pleased with the ridership…

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Milwaukee: No shirt, no shoes, no streetcar: Hop on and read the new Streetcar Code of Conduct

By Matt Wild, Milwaukee Record; November 27, 2018 It’s another big week for The Hop, a.k.a. the Milwaukee streetcar that…

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First ride on Milwaukee’s The Hop: Smooth, on time, and a speech from No. 1 cheerleader Mayor Tom Barrett

By James B. Nelson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; October 29, 2018 The first public rides on The Hop were on time…

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Property values increase nearly 28% along the Milwaukee streetcar route, Mayor Tom Barrett says

By James B. Nelson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; October 2, 2018 Property values along the route of the new Milwaukee streetcar…

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Orlando: Orange County approves funding for $1 million modern streetcar study along I-Drive

By Amber Pellicone and Clay LePard, WKMG, ClickOrlando.com; October 2, 2018 ORANGE COUNTY, Fla – Orange County commissioners approved a…

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Tampa, Florida: Here’s when you can start riding the TECO Line Streetcar for free

By Veronica Brezina-Smith, Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal; September 19, 2018 The TECO Line Streetcar System will begin offering free…

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Seattle: Without a third streetcar line, are the other two worth keeping?

By Josh Cohen Crosscut; September 14, 2018 If all had gone smoothly, Seattle’s downtown streetcar line would’ve opened sometime in…

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Cincinnati Bell: Maybe you should take our name off the streetcar

By Sharon Coolidge, Alexander Coolidge and Hannah Sparling, Cincinnati Enquirer; August 31, 2018 On the cusp of the streetcar’s second…

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Opinion: To move one passenger just one mile on the DC Streetcar in 2016 cost the city $23

By Philip Wegmann, Washington Examiner; May 23, 2018 Only in the national capitol could century-old technology get so much city…

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Detroit’s QLine has fewer riders than expected, report says

By Nicquel Terry and Mark Hicks, The Detroit News; May 2, 2018 Detroit — Nearly a year after the QLine debuted with…

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Streetcars Roll Down Memphis’ Main Street Once Again

By Sandy Smith, Next City; May 2, 2018 Four years after a series of troubling fires forced it out of…

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New York City: A first look at the Brooklyn-Queens Connector

By Reuven Fenton and Max Jaeger, New York Post; November 12, 2017 Well, this sure puts those old Brooklyn trolley…

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Despite talk of halting Seattle’s First Avenue streetcar, work moves ahead on the $177M line

By David Gutman, Staff Reporter, Seattle Times; November 8, 2017 Construction on Seattle’s new First Avenue streetcar line is well…

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South Florida: Fort Lauderdale’s Wave streetcar construction costs explode

By Larry Barszewski, Sun Sentinel; October 23, 2017 A tsunami hit Fort Lauderdale’s Wave streetcar plans Monday when bids to…

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Florida: Tampa’s streetcar system looks to expand north through downtown

By Caitlin Johnston, Staff Writer, Tampa Bay Times; October 24, 2017 TAMPA — The TECO Line Streetcar system that runs…

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