Luis Ramirez stepped down as the T's general manager — after just 15 months on the job. It's the fifth leadership transition at the agency under Gov. Charlie Baker's watch. Why can't the MBTA find a long-term leader?
Plus, it's mission "mostly complete" in the Merrimack Valley, as gas has been restored to 96 percent of those affected by the gas explosions in September. On Friday, the last batch of trailers that temporary housing for Columbia Gas customers who had to leave their homes were removed. But Baker says the company is not off-the-hook.
Also, Nancy Pelosi rebuffs a Democratic rebellion and takes Trump head on.
This segment aired on December 14, 2018.
- MBTA General Manager Luis Ramirez Out After 15 Months
- Former GE Executive Tapped To Lead MBTA
- Mission Almost Accomplished, Says Gov. Baker Of Merrimack Valley Gas Restoration
- State Lawmakers Frustrated With Natural Gas Industry In Wake Of Explosions