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  • The MBTA has proposed to cut services to balance its budget. While I do not endorse any of the cuts, I do feel we need to let the MBTA board work through the hard choices it has to make.
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  • When will our local governments and legislators finally take on the MBTA and its shoddy operation? Setting aside the attention-grabbing incident of the Orange Line last night, the day-to-day delays are making it impossible to rely on mass transit. I have run into 30-45 minute delay of service delays three times this week – and […]
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  • In the last two weeks Red Line MBTA has been dreadful during evening hours between 5 and 6 pm home bound from work.  Since October  10th 2016 the Red Line has made long haul stops breaks between Park and Harvard stating that there is a problem with signals at Alewife station. This is an on-going […]
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  • Two recent presentations by the MBTA show good progress towards future improvements: Red Line Capacity Constraints A recent comprehensive study of the Red Line indicated that a new vehicles, signal upgrades and operations improvements could result in major service improvements and an increase in system throughput, effectively increasing capacity. Automated Fare Collection 2.0 AFC 2.0 will be a completely […]
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Will Brownsberger
State Senator
2d Suffolk and Middlesex District