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N.H. hopes to get more kids to walk, bike to school

A reader complains about the squealing brakes on Orange Line cars, and the MBTA says it's working to solve the problem. A reader complains about the squealing brakes on Orange Line cars, and the MBTA says it's working to solve the problem. (JOSH REYNOLDS FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE/FILE PHOTO 2006)
By Tom Long
March 22, 2007

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When is the last time you saw a child walking or riding a bike to school? It's a sight that has become increasingly rare. (Full article: 787 words)

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