If light rail comes to Pinellas, how will it serve St. Pete?

“Running between Clearwater and St. Petersburg, the current route — the result of a study by Jacobs Engineering — would have 16 stops. As proposed, it would enter St. Petersburg from Interstate 275, heading south along the interstate until 22nd Avenue N, when it would switch over to a CSX freight route and continue south, eventually turning east and circling the downtown.” See More . . .

Source: http://www.tampabay.com/news/transportation/masstransit/if-light-rail-comes-to-pinellas-how-will-it-serve-st-pete/2150942
By: ANNA M. PHILLIPS, TIMES STAFF WRITER

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