D.C. mayor attempts to restore $55 million in funding to expand D.C. Streetcar’s route

June 13, 2017

The Washington Times; June 12, 2017

Officials from D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s administration made a last-ditch effort Monday to restore $55 million in funding to expand the D.C. Streetcar’s route. But city lawmakers are unlikely to delay a vote on the nearly $14 billion budget for a transportation project plagued by problems.

City Administrator Rashad Young called on the D.C. Council to restore funds that would allow the streetcar to run from Union Station to Georgetown along K Street NW, ahead of the council’s vote on the fiscal 2018 budget on Tuesday.

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