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Steve Brereton, the chief mechanical officer of the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad, listened to the complaints of Linda Sheehan of Tewksbury, a commuter.

Commuter rail riders given a chance to vent

By Ari Bloomekatz
Globe Correspondent / August 9, 2006

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Sally Millar has been taking the commuter rail from Lincoln to North Station almost every morning for 18 years, and said she remembers fondly when the trains were so precise she never worried about being late to work. (Full article: 645 words)

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