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Somerville Journal: Monday’s public hearing

“State wants to hear Monday why Somerville needs a Green Line stop”
“Letter: Daydreaming for a subway stop”

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Transportation equity article

This paper defines different types of transportation equity, discusses various equity issues, and describes ways of incorporating equity into transportation planning.
Evaluating Transportation Equity (PDF)

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Orange Line
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Somerville Journal: Assembly Square purchase

“Some Assembly required”

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Tufts Daily: Green Line lawsuit, editorial

“Somerville, Medford file lawsuit against state”
“Editorial: Green Line extension long overdue”

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Green Line public meeting postponed

Once again, the threat of snow has forced this meeting to be rescheduled Stay tuned.

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Somerville Journal: Green Line good for businesses and economic justice

“Green Line would bring greenbacks”
“Editorial: Justice, and not just for East Somerville”
“Letter: Join chamber’s fight for Green Line”

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Somerville Journal letter: Green Line meeting

“Zamore: Green Line extension meeting may seal the deal”
by Wig Zamore
There will be another important public hearing on the Green Line extension through Somerville on Monday, Feb. 28, at 6:30 p.m. at the Somerville High School Auditorium, 81 Highland Ave. It will be a strain to turn out a large crowd of residents for the third time in four months. But we must do so.

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Somerville Journal: Good signs at the State House

“Legislators’ assignments bode well for Green Line”
Committee assignments have been divvied at the State House, with state Sen. Charlie Shannon named chairman of the new Rules & Ethics Committee and three local officials appointed to the Transportation Committee – a possible key in the extension of the Green Line.
“Talk about the Green Line Feb. 28”
Our Mayor: “State officials must see that the entire community supports the Green Line coming to Somerville.”

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Medford Transcript: Medford sues too

“See you in court”
“It’s sad that communities like Medford and Somerville have to sue the state,” said Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone. “We’re going to fight for this. We’re not going to stop advocating until it happens.”

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Boston Globe: Big Dig won’t help without better public transit

By Joan Vennochi
A terrible possibility is dawning on the daily commuter. The Big Dig improved the look of Boston’s highway system. It will not improve the drive into Boston.

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