ATU Calls for D.C. Streetcar Workers to Be Rehired and Service to Finally Open

June 4, 2015

For Washington, D.C., residents, the long-rumored streetcar in the H Street corridor may seem like a mythical creature. We've heard about it for years. We've seen the tracks. We've even seen streetcars going down H Street with no passengers in them. Lots of people have been left wondering what's going on and why things are taking so long. The culprit, it seems, is a common impediment to progress across the country—outsourcing.

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