Manager Pratt of the Valley Street railway informs the residents of Grand avenue that if they will properly grade that street he will be able to give better and later service at night by putting on an extra car. The avenue is in such a condition that heavy wagons pass over the ends of the ties and the company on this account has been unable to keep the track in condition.
He suggests that each property owner could remedy this matter as to his own property with little expense and a roadway which would not interfere with the tracks could easily be constructed.
Grand avenue has come to be one of the most populous districts of the city and the claims of the residents to a better service is recognized by the company.
– The Arizona Republican, 1892-08-05, p. 1