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Officer Bob Marino swabbed a passenger’s bag at the Anderson RTC commuter rail station in Woburn yesterday as the transit agency began its new policy of regular, random searches. Most commuters interviewed supported the efforts.

First day of MBTA bag-search initiative goes smoothly

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / October 11, 2006

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A new era for T passengers started at 7 a.m. sharp yesterday at the Anderson RTC commuter rail station in Woburn, when the bags of every 11th passenger to walk through the doors were tested for explosives. (Full article: 384 words)

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