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SLC to put up money for streetcars in Sugar House

SLC to put up money for streetcars in Sugar House



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SUGAR HOUSE -- Salt Lake City will put up $2.5 million to get federal funding for a streetcar system in Sugar House.

The Deseret News reports the city's council voted Tuesday to help secure $35 million in stimulus funding.

The streetcar system would connect the TRAX station near 2100 South with the Sugar House business district on 1100 East.

If the project gets federal funding, it could be completed in early 2012.

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