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With more delays coming, Braintree urges T to cut fares

Joseph Sullivan, mayor of Braintree, said riders should be compensated. Joseph Sullivan, mayor of Braintree, said riders should be compensated.
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / April 29, 2010

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Mayor Joseph C. Sullivan of Braintree, unhappy that his constituents will face increasing delays and cancellations on trains to Boston because the MBTA bought faulty rail ties, yesterday launched a long-shot bid to win fare reductions for riders on the Old Colony commuter rail, as well as discounts for South Shore communities that pay annual fees for service the mayor ... (Full article: 813 words)

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