By sea or land, private transport fills a gap

By sea or land, private transport fills a gap.
For Emily Batchelder of Hamilton, driving to work next week is out of
the question. Taking commuter rail is, too, because she would have to
transfer to a bus in Lynn to get to Boston during the Democratic
National Convention. . . .
Hundreds of commuters, primarily from the North Shore and in some cases
aided by worried employers, are turning to private transportation
companies during convention week. They are convinced that driving will
be disastrous because of morning lane closures and complete late day
shutdowns of Interstate 93, and they are unwilling to put their faith
in mass transit. [Boston Globe — Front Page]

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