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Deal expected to boost commuter rail service

State buys tracks for Worcester line

By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / September 24, 2009

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Massachusetts reached a final agreement on a $100 million deal with railroad giant CSX that is expected to improve service between Worcester and Boston and lay the groundwork for a long-planned line to Fall River and New Bedford, Lieutenant Governor Timothy P. Murray said yesterday. (Full article: 545 words)

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