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As a downtown resident I've often wondered why San Diego, the nation's ninth largest city, does not yet have an underground metro system. The great cities of the United States (and the world) were able overcome significant engineering and fiscal challenges to build and maintain terrific metros; but for some reason the notion of great public transit is rarely heard discussed by the Mayor, City Council or Center City Development Corporation. Any thoughts? Thanks very much for this series!
January 30, 2010 at 10:49 a.m.
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