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Nov. 28–WORCESTER — Early bird specials on the Pike? Traffic signal prioritization for buses? Dogs traveling to chiropractor appointments in self-driving cars?
All were on the table during a wide-ranging panel discussion Tuesday morning hosted by the Worcester Regional Research Bureau on the future of transportation for the city of Worcester and Central Massachusetts.
“There’s so many opportunities,” said Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito, introducing the discussion. “That’s why this collaboration, working together, putting all our ideas out there on the table is really critical as we think about those next steps together.”
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