Most of those interviewed as a reporter traversed the last three-fifths of a mile of the trolley’s route agreed that losing weekend service isn’t a calamity. But they say it will be an inconvenience that will complicate their lives during a time and in an area where no one wants to see life become more difficult. The neighborhood, lined with brick tenements, laundromats, mom-and-pop stores, and affordable restaurants, is home to a diverse mix of students, the elderly, and working-class families.
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