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Sam Staley

Making gridlock a priority

By Sam Staley
December 27, 2006

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THE HOLIDAY season drives home the fact that Boston ranks among the nation's most congested cities. From mid-November to New Year's Day, traffic increases and horns blast as frustrated drivers sit in prolonged rush hours trying to get to work and the mall. (Full article: 835 words)

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