Tell Us How You'd Fix the 'T'
By WGBH News
BOSTON — If you've taken even one trip on a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority bus, train or ferry, you have an opinion. As part of our April news focus on the MBTA, we want to hear your ideas to improve the system. From the small irritations of everyday commutes to the big $100-plus million budget gap anticipated for next year ... if you ran the T, what would you change first?
Call us at 617-903-0840 and leave a message with your idea. (Please leave your name, because we may play your response on the air this week during Morning Edition or All Things Considered.) Or you can add your voice here:
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About WGBH News Focus: The MBTALove it, like it or lump it, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority touches nearly everyone's lives in eastern Mass. And it's in financial crisis, with newly announced fare hikes not enough to cover next year's projected $100 million budget deficit. WGBH News features special focus coverage of the tracks and troubles of our public transit system.
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"If I Ran the T ..."
Everyone who's ever rode on the T has an opinion about what problem they'd change first. If you were in charge, where would you start? Let us know.
The Fare and Service Plan
On July 1, the T will introduce fare increases and service cuts to cover a $159 million budget gap for the next fiscal year. Read the plan on mbta.com.
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