The T has finally received the first four coaches from its long-delayed order of 75 double-decker rail cars from South Korean manufacturer Hyundai Rotem, with the initial cars slated for a battery of tests before entering service on the commuter rail, probably in the spring. Also, a reader gets action on malfunctioning traffic lights along the Blue Hill Avenue corridor, and transit historian Bradley Clarke revisits past flooding on the T.
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