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Worcester pushes for more trains to ease crowding

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / February 23, 2005

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The mayor of Worcester wants to buy the commuter rail tracks running through his city, Framingham, and Boston, so the MBTA can increase the number of trains each day and lessen crowding that is regularly forcing passengers to stand. (Full article: 580 words)

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