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Muni’s first streetcar was re-introduced to the public and city officials Thursday in celebration of the nation’s first publicly owned transit system, which is turning 100.
Though Muni’s birthday is not until Dec. 28, Mayor Ed Lee joined U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein and other city officials to kick off the celebration by sharing their Muni stories and being among the first to ride the rehabilitated streetcar along the Embarcadero.
Muni riders should soon see streetcar No. 1 back on the F-Market line.
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