For “The Greatest Generation,” the concept of an Atlanta streetcar system is nothing new. World War II vets might even have pictures of themselves riding a streetcar down Peachtree Street. But the system, which had been in place since 1871, could be a foreign concept for younger generations, as it was abandoned by the city in 1949. But the city’s most recent transportation project will breathe new life into the old system. Speaking on why Atlanta initially moved away ...

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