Will 2019 be a turning point for the T?

Bruce Mohl, CommonWealth

Officials from the three groups – the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, the Conservation Law Foundation, and the MBTA Advisory Board – say the transit authority is doing an OK job of meeting most of the goals laid out in the Fiscal and Management Control Board’s April 2017 strategic plan, including preparing an analysis of the system’s capacity needs, moving forward with a new automated fare collection system, developing a fleet and facilities plan, and stabilizing the operating budget.

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