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  • Commuters and transit advocates have hoped for many years that we could create a new kind of subway-like “urban rail” service that would offer new rapid connections to and within Boston. It seems clear now that there are a host of reasons why new urban rail may be very difficult to implement.
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  • Red Line service has been unstable over the past few weeks and I've heard from many about that, but there is reason for hope, in the long term, for big increases in both reliability and capacity.
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  • Will, since you posted the information about the poor service on the Red Line, it seems like it’s gotten worse — or at least no better.  Yesterday the train I was on at evening rush hour sat at Charles for at least 15 minutes, the engineer saying helplessly, “We can’t move, there’s no where to […]
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  • When will our local governments and legislators finally take on the MBTA and its shoddy operation? Setting aside the attention-grabbing incident of the Orange Line last night, the day-to-day delays are making it impossible to rely on mass transit. I have run into 30-45 minute delay of service delays three times this week – and […]
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Will Brownsberger
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2d Suffolk and Middlesex District