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Getting crosswalk signals in line

A nurse at Uphams Corner Health Center complained that the crosswalk buttons were broken at Quincy and Columbia roads in Dorchester and was pleased when the Boston Transportation Department got them working. A nurse at Uphams Corner Health Center complained that the crosswalk buttons were broken at Quincy and Columbia roads in Dorchester and was pleased when the Boston Transportation Department got them working. (George Rizer/Globe Staff)
By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / May 27, 2007

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Last week, Barbara of Roslindale parked her car about three blocks from Uphams Corner Health Center and, after having to cross at Columbia and Quincy roads, realized the problem. The crosswalk buttons were broken. (Full article: 1473 words)

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