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Working out kinks on the Green Line

T officials said the Green Line is getting door side readers and validators that can scan CharlieCards and deduct payment. Nine open air stations on the D branch now have validators.
December 10, 2006

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We now touch on the Charlie- Card's role on the Green Line, where stations sit in the open and people still show their monthly passes at the train's middle doors to speed up boardings. (Full article: 1506 words)

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