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A Breda trolley made its way outbound on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston yesterday. The Italian troley manufacturer is to deliver 85 recamped Breda trolleys to the T by January 2007.

Green Line seeks zippier service with upgrade plan

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / December 17, 2005

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Service on the T's busiest line will improve significantly over the next year as the MBTA reverses course and adds 85 controversial Italian-made trolleys, as well as spending $9.5 million to repair tracks and signals and lifting speed restrictions, officials said yesterday. (Full article: 827 words)

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