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Shift to civilian flaggers yields little savings so far

Usage to increase as major projects begin, state says

By Milton J. Valencia
Globe Staff / March 7, 2009

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As Governor Deval Patrick touts transportation reforms that led to the use of civilian flaggers at some state construction sites, the Massachusetts Highway Department is yet to receive any significant savings from the controversial program. (Full article: 551 words)

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