A Scathing Review of Public Transit in New Orleans Since Katrina

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In October 2005, just weeks after Hurricane Katrina assaulted New Orleans, public transit service resumed on the famed St. Charles streetcar line—except with good old buses replacing the trolleys, which would remain out of service for two more years. But since that time, the city has largely abandoned the buses that were there for it in the early post-recovery days, not to mention the disadvantaged riders who rely on them, to the great detriment of...

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