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D.C. to start testing streetcars, but riders left with longer wait

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D.C. residents will start to see the city's new streetcars running as soon as this winter, but they likely won't be able to ride them for at least a year after that. The city is planning to start testing its three existing streetcars this winter to get them ready for service and to start training operators. The testing will occur in Anacostia, along S. Capitol Street at Firth Sterling Avenue,...

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