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Signals crossed on Worcester link

Cambridge gets belated heads-up on Murray’s North Station plan

Lt. Gov. Tim Murray wants to see more Boston-Worcester trains. Lt. Gov. Tim Murray wants to see more Boston-Worcester trains.
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / August 9, 2010

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The commuter rail has been Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray’s signature issue since he took office as a Worcester city councilor more than a decade ago. He has pushed for more frequent, more reliable, and more extensive service as a boon for his hometown and the state, and as a way to broaden his appeal in suburbs and exurbs beyond Boston. (Full article: 984 words)

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