Several dozen people turned out Wednesday night at Quincy High School to hear former Gov. Michael Dukakis and other advocates for the long-discussed North-South Rail Link.
The link, which has been floated for decades, would involve the construction of a tunnel between South Station and North Station in downtown Boston. It would connect the MBTA commuter rail lines north and south of the city and allow Amtrak lines south of Boston to meet up with an existing line that continues north of the city to Maine.
“This is about providing Massachusetts – and New England, for that matter – with a first-rate regional rail system,” Dukakis said. (read more)
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