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Washington, D.C.
Metro, mini-subways, streetcar

Washington DC's metro is known for being sparse yet expensive, an oxymoron that is sure to describe most politicians. Run by WMATA, the system has five lines.


Two DC metros failed at their attempt at copulation. Both were arrested and later let go.

Washington also has two orthree subway lines that connect government buildings. One is an open air tram while the other(s) are mini-subways, such as the two station
Senate Subway People Mover.
 
 

  • WMATA'sHome Page
  • There's moreinfo on the updated Senate subway on Lea+ Elliott's site.
  • A uniqueimage from Paul Samuels

  • The ForestGlen Metro Station
     Case Study:
    The Senate Subway People Mover System

    Washington DC's new streetcars on display. These cars will serve the Anacostia streetcar now under construction. The cost of the line is yet unknown, but one official has titiled it the Anacostia Plenty Line.

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