Second Portland streetcar goes into service

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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Portland Steetcar has been testing the long awaited car since January.

The company, a subsidiary of Oregon Iron Works, has also delivered a third streetcar which is currently in the final testing process. Each car costs just under $4 million. 

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