Consultant Stays On For End-To-End Review Of MBTA’s ‘Money Room’

Matt Stout, Boston Herald

Although Rafael Mares, a transit advocate from the Conservation Law Foundation, said the audit “clearly identified some problems,” he said he hopes officials provide a more complete analysis before the T’s 
Fiscal Management and Control Board votes on whether to seek a private contractor.

“I’ve just seen an analysis of the problem, but not of the different 
options” to fix it, he said. “You’d have to understand where the savings are coming from.”

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