Officials from the MBTA released their proposal Monday night for serious service cuts following drops in ridership as the coronavirus pandemic wears on. Transit advocates, however, are raising concerns about how the proposals will impact the long-term health of the public transportation system — particularly as it relates to working class riders, essential employees, and communities of color in a region with continued residential segregation. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Tracy Corley, transit development fellow at the nonpartisan think tank MassINC, and Chris Dempsey, director of Transportation for Massachusetts.