ORANGE LINE: GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS
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- ORANGE LINE: GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS
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“A documentary look at the impact on surrounding neighborhoods and government response to the MBTA’s re-routing of its Orange Line through Boston.” (DIAL May 1984). Includes in-studio conversation, hosted by Gail Harris and featuring: Byron Rushing, State Representative; Frieda Garcia, South End Settlements; Miguel Satut, Activist; James O’Leary, MBTA Chairman; Anne Herschfang, Under-Secretary of Transportation; Tom Smith, Merchants For A Better Eglston; Ruth Parker, Resident of Jamaica Plain; and Neil Sullivan, Service Coordinator.
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- Local Communities
- Social Issues
- Chicago: “ORANGE LINE: GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS,” 05/23/1984, GBH Archives, accessed December 7, 2022, http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_8F48D421CE574F1E930BE103458900F8.
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