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An Amtrak “signal issue” is causing delays on a cluster of commuter rail lines that use South Station as the terminus and for the start of their daily travels, according to Keolis Commuter Services, the operator of the MBTA’s commuter rail lines.
During the Tuesday morning commute, Keolis reported delays on the Greenbush, Needham, Kingston/Plymouth, Worcester, Franklin, Fairmount, Middleborough/Lakeville, Providence, and Stoughton lines.
For all of the lines, Keolis cited a “signal issue” as the cause and reported delays reaching as long as 35 minutes on some of the lines.
This article first appeared on www.bostonglobe.com
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