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Governor Deval Patrick appeared at a press conference yesterday in North Dartmouth to announce plans to build a commuter rail line serving Fall River and New Bedford.

Governor vows to link South Coast by rail

Funding at issue for $1.4b project

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / April 5, 2007

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NORTH DARTMOUTH -- Governor Deval Patrick pledged yesterday to bring commuter rail service to New Bedford and Fall River by 2016, a plan that calls for expanding South Station by moving a major postal facility and finding enough vacant land in Boston to accommodate a fleet of locomotives and coaches. (Full article: 940 words)

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