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SOMERVILLE

Rail plan offers chance to get back on track

By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / October 12, 2008

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Sitting in a coffee shop on Highland Avenue, where streetcars once clanged east and west, Somerville native Stephen V. Mackey explained why the Green Line extension is a no-brainer: A century ago Somerville pulsed with enough mass transit - an intricate network of local trolleys and Boston-bound commuter trains - to develop as the densest city in New England, tight ... (Full article: 1349 words)

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