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T quietly ran trains for delegates

Move is defended as safety measure

By Anthony Flint
Globe Staff / July 30, 2004

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The MBTA quietly provided special Orange Line trains for people exiting the FleetCenter on all four nights of the Democratic National Convention, opening the otherwise closed North Station so that some 3,200 delegates, journalists, and others with convention credentials could be whisked to Back Bay Station, free of charge. (Full Article: 742 Words)

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