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Transportation Department workers installed an emergency evacuation route sign on Cambridge Street yesterday.

Menino details emergency evacuation plan

City marks routes, sends out brochures

By Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / December 7, 2005

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Mayor Thomas M. Menino detailed an $827,500 emergency preparedness plan yesterday that could evacuate Boston within hours, notifying residents by automated phone calls, directing traffic to evacuation routes marked with 400 new blue-and-white signs, and putting residents without cars on buses and other city vehicles. (Full article: 1249 words)

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