Groups seek more independence for T board | Conservation Law Foundation

Groups seek more independence for T board

Chris Lisinski, State House News/CommonWealth Magazine

The MBTA Advisory Board, which represents cities and towns in the T’s coverage area, joined with the Conservation Law Foundation, MassPIRG, and the Transportation for Massachusetts coalition to call for granting the successor board greater leeway and more powers than the FMCB has, including the ability to issue MBTA debt without MassDOT approval so that it can plan major transformative projects.

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