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Old 07-29-2017, 07:46 AM
 
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While I was Downtown yesterday afternoon I opted not to motor down the levee as when the horse drawn carriages are operating (less than 95f--which it was yesterday late afternoon) the "Speed Limit" along the now only two lane Wharf St is one horsepower) I did see AQSC bus No.115 (approx 5:15 pm) Westbound on Olive St short of Grand Ave. Couldn't tell if it was deadheading or with passengers due to the graphic wrap over windows. The bus and I diverged routes so I have no idea where its destination was to be.
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