CHICAGO – The Federal Transit Administration said it would give Cincinnati until Dec. 19 to reverse a recent decision to halt a controversial streetcar project or it would pull federal funding.

Cincinnati’s new mayor, John Cranley, a bond attorney, is opposed to the $110 million streetcar and campaigned in part on a promise to kill the project.

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