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City Inside/Out looks at plans for a downtown streetcar connector
City Inside/Out: Streetcar Struggles

Seattle has two separate streetcar lines, one serving South Lake Union and the other running from First Hill to Pioneer Square. Ridership and revenue have not met expectations, but advocates argue that would change if the city keeps its promise to add a downtown streetcar connector. Should Seattle spend $286 million to complete the line? Or are scarce transportation dollars better spent elsewhere?


Lisa Howard, Executive Director, Alliance for Pioneer Square

Rob Johnson, Seattle City Council

John Niles, Mobility Analyst & Author

Jack Whisner, Political Activist

Mariya Frost, Director, Coles Center for Transportation, Washington Policy Center

Lisa Herbold, Seattle City Council

Mike McQuaid, Transportation Chair, South Lake Union Community Council

Maiko Winkler-Chin, Executive Director, Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation District Authority (SCIDpda)

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