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It’s back: Monorail on ballot again

Elizabeth Campbell, above, is the major force behind a Seattle ballot measure to fund planning for a new monorail line between Ballard and West Seattle. But critics say a new monorail project would siphon attention and resources away from ongoing efforts to improve bus service and extend light rail.

Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times

Elizabeth Campbell, above, is the major force behind a Seattle ballot measure to fund planning for a new monorail line between Ballard and West Seattle. But critics say a new monorail project would siphon attention and resources away from ongoing efforts to improve bus service and extend light rail.

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