The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on May 26, 1966 · 10
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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts · 10

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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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( 1 . .' ...... - . . . - - 1 - ' i- - 10 The Boston Globe Thursdiy, Miy 28, 1968 $299 Million 1st Stage MBTA May Up Expansion Plan jj By ROBERT B. HANRON j Cutf Bfrtr i The $299 million first stage of the Massachusetts ! Bay Transportation Authority's master expansion ' plan may be enlarged significantly. JPirst National Directro Robert P. Springer get Congress to back mass Wednesday said he would like transit. to include in the first stage of, other experts have a dif- the program: jferent opinion. They feel that Fytprsion f the Lechmere; because of the Viet Nam sit 1in hevond the oroposed ter-iuation, both Congresa and the aninal ooint at Washington st, President, will be in a mood r . : 1 . . .i .1 i J A ISomeniile, some lour nines iu 10 cui rauicr man pna w iTufts University, at a cost of is optimistic. He believes the $14 million, and Provide for the entire relocation of Forest Hills line mestic probrams. But Springer, nonetheless, M.B. T.A., by 1972 will receive from Washington and Knee-!a minimum 0f $143.5 million or land sts downtown, to a maximum of $182 million in pkwy. ana me. 1. esx .v Federal transjt aid. bury, at, an additional cost of, Springer estimates that by f24 million. 1972 the m.B.T.A. could have Springer said he had made a minimum of $386.7 million the suggestions to the M.B. and a maximum of $425 mil- T.A. planning staff and it is now considering the feasibility f both projects. If approved, this would boost the first stage cost of the master plan to '337 million. The springer prososes to do this without seeking from the Legislature any funds other than the $225 million already lion to carry out the first itage of its program. This is at least $49.5 million more than the $337 estimate given by Springer to complete the first phase of the plan. The extra money, he said. may allow the inclusion in the first stage as the extension of the Forest Hills line to Read authorized. He hopes it canaille and the South Shore be done by additional Federal transportation rants And he says his optimism cf receiving more Federal monies in the future is based en a recent 29-1 vote by the House Committee on Transportation to up the amount spend annually tor mis pur route to Derby st, Hingham. No project, he said, will be commenced as part of the first stage unless the Federal government gives assurance there will be enough financial assistance to complete it entirely. The Forest Hills relocated route over the New Haven Somerville Man Shot, Boston Suspect Jailed pose from the recommended mainline tracks, he said, will $90 million to $175 million, jhave three major stations the "This means," he said, "that 'South End Medical Center, the transportation men won in! Back Bay Station and North-Washington in their effort to! eastern University on the Springer's action undoubtedly was an answer to criticism by Advisory Board members that the master plan uneviled at Boston College did not extend the Lechmere line for enough or provide funds to relocate the entire Forest Hills line. A 36-vear-nlH Snmorviiia' The directors also author- man was wounded in a ized a $66.075 contract with! Charlestown tavern at 7 pm M- ooumanao mc. ior a Wednesday and an hour later a, Modernization and revamping Dorchester man was arrested ;Ol Arlington station. in connection with the shoot' Ing. The suspect reportedly was one of the last persons to see gangland victim Cornelius Hughes alive in the early hours of Wednesday. The victim, John Hurley, Rfideliffp rri woe tnutsl n Central Hospital, Somerville iweek-end, M.B.T.A. buses will or a gunshot wound in the operaie irom t0Tesi nius B.xa right thigh. Police said Hurley and a 27- year-old Dorchester man were Memorial Day Bus Schedules During the Memorial Day tion directly to the following cemeteries: St. MiAiael'i. Forest Hills. Mt. Hope and New and Old Calvary. PI iWUnroe S Tavern. Chelsea ! Trips will run from Arborway via t fharl.A,.-J , il I Forest Htll Station. Hyd. Park av.. !., CnariestOWn, When an ar-IWalkWU at.. Harvard t.. Cummins Hignway ana Hyde Far av. to roreit Hills ana ArDorway. On Saturday trlpi will run every 15 minutes from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. On Sunday tripi will run every IS minutes from noon to cm. On Monday there will be freauent ervice from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. On the same dayi. buses will operate from Centre and LaGrante its.. West Roxbury, directly to Mt. Bene dict ana St. josepn s cemeteries Trips will leave Centra at. on La- Grange st. and proceed via LaGrange 0.., .11. .UCICH t . BUU VVKJ to Centre st. On Saturday and Sunday buses will operate every 25 minutes. On Saturday trips will run from 10 a.m. to 6 D.m. On Sunday trips will run from 12 noon to e p.m. On Monday there will be more fre auent service from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. gument ensued The suspect allegedly went tut and returned with a gun, firing several shots at Hurley. The victim, police said drove to the hospital in Somerville. Police said the suspect returned to the tavern about 8 p.m. When he was recognized by investigating officers he flprl short distance before being pprenenaea Dy police. He will appear in Charles-town District Court on charges of suspicion of assault and bat. tartr Ki, t j 7, I Connections .or this direct bus lery Dy means Of a deadly service can be made from the Charles IveaDOn River bus line or the Centre-Soring r i buses out ot forest Hills station. 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