streetcar track


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Noun1.streetcar track - the track on which trams or streetcars runstreetcar track - the track on which trams or streetcars run
rails, runway, rail, track - a bar or pair of parallel bars of rolled steel making the railway along which railroad cars or other vehicles can roll
track - a pair of parallel rails providing a runway for wheels
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The company dug 30 inches into the city's streets, enlisting a crew of 12 to saw and remove concrete to make way for nearly 2 miles of streetcar track. The company worked with We Energies "every day" to coordinate the work, he said.
A Milwaukee-area man has hired Hupy & Abraham to represent him in a possible legal fight over an injury from an accident on Milwaukee'a streetcar track. The firm this week filed a notice of injury with the city.
A shove into a streetcar track, a box of poisoned chocolates, and hateful, violent letters.
Judging by the way the stones were placed along each side of the streetcar track, their purpose was likely decorative, said Doug Singer, a city engineer who designed the ongoing street improvement project.
They include an elected city official, the king of the Rex Carnival Krewe, a cop, an ex-con, a cross dresser, a high school band instructor, the wife of a Mardi Gras Indian, a streetcar track maintenance worker, and a woman who spent her life looking for a place with a white picket fence.
He said the tires may have caught on a streetcar track or the brakes may have failed, but he also felt bound to inform me that two witnesses--a retired lawyer and a bank teller, dependable people--had claimed to have seen the whole thing.
Depth of removal was limited by century-old cobblestones and embedded iron such as streetcar track. RAP was sold to the private sector for use in parking lots and base work.
Louis du Mile End, (1) a suburban village outside Montreal, pushed aside workers of the Montreal Street Railway Company (MSRC) and tore up streetcar track the company had laid within this municipality.
The streetcar track discovery set back the project by about two weeks, and the work is expected to end in mid-November, Pubentz said.