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Passengers ride Lione's train across the Boston University Bridge. Lione thinks above-ground car operation is more difficult than underground: "We have automobiles that we have to look out for constantly, and [the trains] don’t stop quite as easily as an automobile, especially this time of year -- the leaves fall and they make the rails somewhat slippery," said Lione. "People with cell phones is another thing. ... They’ll walk in front of a 90-foot-long Green Line train, without even looking at it."

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