(This article is published in "The Louisiana Weekly" in the May 6, 2013 edition.)
This spring, thirteen Crescent City residents completed a year of ...
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Spacious, solar-lit shelters on the new Loyola Ave. streetcar line, opening on Jan. 28, will accommodate Super Bowl fans in New Orleans. But elsewhere, commuters huddle under less protection.
At a hearing at the Nassau County Legislature last Monday, hundreds of Nassau residents vehemently voiced their opposition to the privatization of county bus service.
New Orleans business and community leaders have argued that an intercity rail line would benefit the region economically and culturally, and would be another way for New Orleans residents to head north when hurricanes approach.
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