A lively gathering of Bostonians crowded outside the Transportation Board Room on Wednesday for a public hearing on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) proposed fare hike, which will go into effect July 1 of this year.
He asked her for her name after telling her not to tell anyone her name, a young girl learned a lot from a single ride on the T.
“Cutting late-night service will not have a dramatic impact on the debt-ridden MBTA budget. It will instead hurt the city of Boston by removing an important incentive that attracts people to the city, hindering the possibility of progress.”
This Monday, the MBTA board voted to reduce the hours of the T and busses from 2:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. on weekends.