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Dorchester

Big hopes for Ashmont

Carruth project seen as a catalyst

By Robert Preer
Globe Correspondent / August 5, 2007

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The scene at the Ashmont MBTA station in Dorchester might be called choreographed chaos. Fifteen bus lines still feed the station, but with the entire area now a hard-hat construction site, bus stops have been forced onto Dorchester Avenue. T patrons crowd the sidewalks, while cars pick their way down the clogged street and buses do U-turns in Peabody Square. (Full article: 487 words)

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