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Local Transit Leaders Criticize MBTA's Move To Close Stations Following Protests16:46
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One of the major storylines coming out of the protests in Boston on Sunday and Tuesday was MBTA station closures, as those looking to leave the area where the protests took place found the nearby T stations had already closed.
We hear from Jim Aloisi, former Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation and board member of the group Transit Matters.
We also hear from Jarred Johnson, the chief operating officer of TransitMatters, and Mela Miles, director of Transit-Oriented Development and the T Rider's Union at Alternatives for Community and Environment.

This segment aired on June 4, 2020.

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