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Seattle's new light rail line

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Streetfilms has a great video of Seattle's new 15.5 miles 13 station light rail line. I'm sure many cities are envious of the new line, but I'm curious why they only have two car trains rather than three car trains. I'm glad to see that art played a big part at the stations. Too many times budget constraints make art the first to go.

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Finally the Central Link is up and running, but Seattle is a city of buses, the link only connects people from Downtown to near the airport. Ridership will go up once the link to UW is open & northwards to the Suburbs. It's just a starter system now. The future of it will be correct.

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