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Safety precautions draw complaints

Shutting of I-93, North Station goes too far, some say

By Anthony Flint and Kevin Joy
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / April 1, 2004

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Boston will pay the price for holding a convention at a transportation hub in an age of terrorism, as local and federal officials yesterday detailed their plans to shut down North Station and Interstate 93 during the Democratic National Convention, a double whammy that is expected to affect nearly 1 million drivers and commuters in the last week of July. (Full Article: 738 Words)

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