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Arlington T station reopens with disabled access

Project spurred by lawsuit

Arlington Station's main entrance at Arlington and Boylston streets reopened yesterday (above) after several years of work to improve access for the disabled. The Green Line stop is one of the few stops that provide such access in the Back Bay. Arlington Station's main entrance at Arlington and Boylston streets reopened yesterday (above) after several years of work to improve access for the disabled. The Green Line stop is one of the few stops that provide such access in the Back Bay. (Globe Staff Photo / George Rizer)
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / June 2, 2009

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Karen Schneiderman used her wheelchair to get through Arlington Station yesterday, an unremarkable action by many standards but a first for her and other disabled transit riders. (Full article: 681 words)

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