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Boise struggles with limited public transit options

Back in the 1920s, you could get from Boise to Caldwell without a car or a horse, and without owning any sort of conveyance. All you had to do was board the Boise & Interurban Railway, which ran a loop that passed through Eagle, Star and Middleton, Caldwell and Nampa and then returned  to Boise ...

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