Commuter Rail Service Increases Coming
The state is taking over the rail lines between Boston and Worcester next month.
The 45 miles of rails between Boston and Worcester will be managed by the state starting next month, according to the telegram.com.
This means more service between the two cities as well as bridge work that will allow for double-decker trains to service a longer area.
According to the telegram.com, Lt. Gov. Timothy P. Murray said he expects transportation officials to announce service increases of 13.5 trips per day to 20 within the next year.