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A Boston officer directed traffic yesterday evening during rush hour at Melnea Cass Boulevard and Massachusetts Avenue.
A Boston traffic engineer watched traffic flow around the city from the Traffic Management Center in City Hall yesterday.

Words of blame and resolve after gridlock

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / February 3, 2005

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After an emergency meeting about Tuesday's massive gridlock in Boston, state and local officials said yesterday they will keep using daytime pothole crews, despite the problems and public anger they generated, and went as far as to blame drivers for helping cause the mess. (Full article: 973 words)

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