D.C. Streetcar P3 Loses Funding

The District of Columbia’s transportation department shortlisted three DBOM teams to compete to build the initial 22-mile leg of a streetcar system for the nation’s capital. After 10 years of planning, however, the announcement on Oct. 14 was made just days after the City Council cut the project’s funding by 75%. The Mayor said he would continue with the procurement of a “significantly scaled down system.”


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