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T use up despite drop in gas cost

Advocates hope increase reflects shift in habits

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / January 7, 2009

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When gas prices began to plummet last summer, transit officials worried that the legions of commuters who were nudged onto the train by costly fill-ups would get back in their cars and forget all about mass transit. (Full article: 839 words)

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