The Streetcar, Which Has Never Run, Still Won't Run in Snowstorm
The District Department of Transportation made a curious snow-closings announcement Friday: The D.C. streetcar will stop service at 5 p.m.
That might have caused Washingtonians to say: Wait, what streetcar?
The 2.2-mile streetcar line has never carried passengers. But [for the past year and a half] it has been running back and forth along H Street NE, performing what DDOT calls “simulated service.” And in light of the snow, simulated service will stop Friday.
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