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Urgent fixes will disrupt rail lines

T to spend $91.5m to repair crumbling Old Colony ties

By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / April 28, 2010

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Thousands of concrete ties that hold the rails together on Old Colony commuter rail lines are unexpectedly crumbling, forcing the MBTA to invest $91.5 million in emergency replacements. That work will cause delays and disruptions for thousands of riders between Boston and its southern suburbs. (Full article: 923 words)

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