The MBTA Answers Your Questions
By WGBH News
April 25, 2012
As part of the WGBH News Focus week on the MBTA, we offered the chance to "talk to the top" on the radio on April 24 as MBTA general manager Jonathan Davis joined Emily Rooney in the studio to take calls and see some of the responses to our online survey. Among the questions he answered ...
- Why can't the T be like the Washington, D.C., metro?
- Why do we still print paper bus schedules every quarter?
- Why does rush hour service end so early?
- Why are there MBTA workers just standing around not doing anything?
- Have you considered sponsorship for lines and Charlie Cards?
- In 30 years, why haven't things changed?
> > LISTEN to the conversation.
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