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Upgrade may end steamy streets

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Clouds of steam rising from downtown streets may fade as the 39-mile network is brought up to date.

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Matt Douglass, left and Oscar Huesca work on a steam-flow nozzle at Detroit Thermal, which bought the city's 101-year-old steam heating system from DTE Energy.

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These pipes deliver steam to Detroit, which has the world's 23rd largest network worldwide and the fourth biggest in the U.S.

Upgrade may end steamy streets

New owner invests $23 million for makeover

By Nick Bunkley / The Detroit News

DETROIT

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I love steamy streets.

Me too, although they can be dangerous. Steamy streets just make the city feel more like a city. The homeless people will have to find some other source of heat during the winter now.

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