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Service suffers, but help on way

Bridgework as part of an upgrade to the Fairmount commuter rail line has disrupted service. Bridgework as part of an upgrade to the Fairmount commuter rail line has disrupted service. (George Rizer/Globe Staff)
By Robert Preer
Globe Correspondent / January 11, 2009

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The long-range future of the MBTA's Fairmount commuter rail line is bright: Four new stations in Mattapan and Dorchester, as well as new trains, signals, and bridges - are all on schedule to be delivered in less than three years. (Full article: 660 words)

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