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"Ten new streetcars that Seattle ordered to expand its system may be of no use to the city, as their extra-large size could prevent them from fitting on the current tracks or inside the maintenance barn.

The Seattle Department of Transportation ordered the new streetcars at a cost of $52 million to connect its two existing streetcar lines, the Seattle Times reported. However, the new cars are heavier and longer than the existing cars, Mayor Jenny Durkan's office said in a statement."

"At some point, the contract appears to have been changed to increase the length and weight of the cars."

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/new-seattle-streetcars-too-big-for-current-tracks/ar-BBL34Ia?OCID=ansmsnnews11


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