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Does This Bus Go to the Calatrava Bridge?

A month ago today we told you about The Trinity Trust's "Suspense is Building" campaign, which is intended to get the locals hot and bothered for the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in advance of Santiago Calatrava's $150-a-ticket victory toddle on September 25. I finally saw one of the billboards this week while headed out of downtown on the Dallas North Tollway, but had yet to see a bus wrap till Judy Schmidt at City Hall sent out today the latest Trinty River News-letter. Now, see, Jim -- that's eye candy!

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