A frequently trafficked subway line in Boston started a month-long shutdown for maintenance work last Friday, worrying local higher ed administrators ahead of the fall semester. Some community college leaders fear students may struggle to get to class, or delay starting college altogether, because of the disruption to their commutes.
The temporary closure of the Orange Line, planned to last until Sept. 18, has been a looming source of anxiety among Bostonians for weeks. The...
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