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Streetcars or trolley car s North American English for the European word tram were once the chief mode of public transit in hundreds of North American cities and towns. Most of the original urban streetcar systems were either dismantled in the midth century or converted to other modes of operation, such as light rail. Today, only Toronto still operates a streetcar network essentially unchanged in layout and mode of operation. Older surviving lines and systems in Boston , Cleveland , Mexico City , Newark , Philadelphia , Pittsburgh , and San Francisco were often infrastructure-heavy systems with tunnels, dedicated right-of-way , and long travel distances, or have largely rebuilt their streetcar systems as light rail systems. About 22 North American cities, starting with Edmonton, Calgary and San Diego, have installed new light rail systems, some of which run along historic streetcar corridors. A few recent cases feature mixed-traffic street-running operation like a streetcar. Portland, Oregon , Seattle , and Salt Lake City have built both modern light rail and modern streetcar systems, while Tucson and Atlanta have built new modern streetcar lines.
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Street racing is typically an unsanctioned and illegal form of auto racing that occurs on a public road. Racing in the streets is an ancient hazard, as horse racing occurred on streets for centuries, and street racing of automobiles is as old as the automobile itself. But it became especially prevalent during the heyday of hot rodding and muscle cars , and it continues to be both popular and hazardous, with deaths and maiming of bystanders, passengers, and drivers occurring every year. In the United States, modern street racing traces its roots back to Woodward Avenue , Michigan in the s when the three main Detroit -based American car companies were producing high-powered performance cars. A private racing venue was not always available, and therefore the race would be held illegally on public roads.
Halloween is approaching fast, which is why here at Street Legal TV we thought it would be fun to do a Halloween special. It may surprise some fans to learn that he keeps a graveyard of totaled stock cars scattered on his property: Dirty Mo Acres. The property contains Jr. Further adding to the eeriness of Dirty Mo Acres, is the gallows that exist near his car graveyard. Like a traditional graveyard, Jr.