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November 2005: A Seattle weekly newspaper, The Stranger, reviews the history of the Popular Monorail (external link)
October 2005: Seattle Times reporter Mike Lindblom took questions on the Seattle Monorail controversy (external link)
October 2005: Seattle Times table of monorail train size compared to urban trains in other cities (external link)
Autumn 2004: Seattle Monorail Recall: First, Set Transportation Priorities
June 2004: Technical questions posed by a respected Seattle engineer in an 8 page illustrated letter to Seattle City Council (pdf)
October 2002: PITF Co-Founder Dick Nelson evaluates the Seattle Green Line Monorail proposal: "Selling a Transit Technology"
October 2002: Seattle Monorail initiator Dick Falkenbury responds to PITF with "Monorail: Not Just a Better Bus"
Monorail Quick Links
Elevated Transportation Company has become the Seattle Monorail Project, now closing down
Cascadia Monorail Company was the sole bidder to build the Seattle Monorail
On Track was an association trying to make the monorail project build what the citizens approved.
2045 Seattle is a group of young and concerned Seattle residents who are committed to healthy rapid transit by building the Monorail.
www.buildthemonorail.com from a Seattle resident who wants it built
Transit Over Roads, part of the pro-monorail campaign
Freeway | Monorail is a grass-roots advocacy coalition promoting a regional monorail running along the existing freeways.
Advanced Transportation Technologies web site, Monorail Infopage
The Monorail Society advocates for building more monorails worldwide
Puget Sound Regional Monorail is dedicated to bringing a freeway-based monorail solution to the cities of Western Washington.Citizens for King County Monorail is proposing the creation of a citizens commission to prepare plans for a countywide monorail system that can be submitted to the voters for approval.
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