A majority of Massachusetts residents oppose the sweeping set of cuts proposed by the MBTA, according to a new MassINC poll out today.
The proposed transit cuts, which are up for a vote on Dec. 14 and could save the system $128 million, include, among other things, ending commuter rail service after 9 p.m. and on weekends, closing six commuter rails stations, ending ferry service, and cutting 25 bus routes.
We discuss and take listener calls with MBTA General Manager Steve Poftak.
For more information on the T's proposed service changes, and to submit feedback on them, click here.
This segment aired on December 3, 2020.