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T says no to driver cellphones

Operators caught using devices face suspension, firing

The T's general manager, Daniel A. Grabauskas, said yesterday that hazards have become too great and rules have not worked. The T's general manager, Daniel A. Grabauskas, said yesterday that hazards have become too great and rules have not worked. (George Rizer/Globe Staff)
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / May 14, 2009

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MBTA bus, train, and subway operators caught using a cellphone, iPod, or paging device while on duty will be immediately suspended, with a recommendation for dismissal, under a new zero tolerance policy unveiled yesterday in response to Friday's Green Line crash. (Full article: 827 words)

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