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Mayor Janey, Community Groups, Unions Demand Action on Low-Income Fare

Mayor Janey, Community Groups, Unions Demand Action on Low-Income Fare

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, May 24, 2021 Contact on behalf of Public Transit Public Good Coalition: Orianna Tate, orianna@617mediagroup.com, 617-895-6783   Mayor Janey, Community Groups, Unions Demand Action on Low-Income
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The Public Transit Public Good Coalition supports legislation that advances equity for the riders and workers who are the lifeblood of the system.

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Public Transit Public Good Coalition Issues Statement on the FMCB’s Decision to Restore MBTA service

Public Transit Public Good Coalition Issues Statement on the FMCB’s Decision to Restore MBTA service

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, March 29, 2021 Contact on behalf of Public Transit Public Good Coalition: Vishakha Mathur, vishakha@617mediagroup.com, 617-485-7709   Public Transit Public Good Coalition Issues Statement on the
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U.S. Senator Warren, Representative Clark, State Senator Boncore Join Growing Opposition to the Unnecessary MBTA Cuts 

U.S. Senator Warren, Representative Clark, State Senator Boncore Join Growing Opposition to the Unnecessary MBTA Cuts 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, March 19, 2021 Contact on behalf of Public Transit Public Good Coalition: Orianna Tate, orianna@617mediagroup.com, 617-895-6783   U.S. Senator Warren, Representative Clark, State Senator Boncore Join
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ONLINE RALLY: STOP THE MBTA CUTS

ONLINE RALLY: STOP THE MBTA CUTS

The US Congress and newly-elected Biden-Harris Administration is providing about a  billion dollars in new COVID relief aid to the MBTA as part of the historic American Rescue PlanHowever, Governor
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Public Transit Coalition Calls For Using Federal Stimulus Funds To Further Offset Service Cuts

Public Transit Coalition Calls For Using Federal Stimulus Funds To Further Offset Service Cuts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, March 8, 2021   Contact on behalf of Public Transit Public Good Coalition: Vishakha Mathur, vishakha@617mediagroup.com, 617-485-7709   Public Transit Coalition Calls For Using Federal Stimulus
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Boston Mayoral Candidates United Around Reduced T Fares

“All six major candidates vying for Boston’s top job signed a petition, along with more than 600 other residents, demanding that the Legislature intervene and require the T to offer
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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

Boston Mayoral Candidates United Around Reduced T Fares

“The Public Transit Public Good Coalition, which circulated the petition, linked its latest effort to the COVID-19 pandemic, saying the economic upheaval over the past year-plus exacerbated inequity and exposed
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wbur

The MBTA’s New Board Should Include The People Who Know It Best — Riders And Workers

“The MBTA had its fair share of fiscal and management troubles before the pandemic. But since March 2020, the T’s board and staff, along with the public, have anxiously tracked
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Boston Mayoral Candidates United Around Reduced T Fares

Newly touting support from every Boston mayoral candidate, activists pushing for reduced fare or free rides for low-income MBTA users are ramping up pressure on state lawmakers as the issue
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The Boston Globe

MBTA board must include environmental justice communities

“We agree that the legislature must act swiftly to appoint a new, independent MBTA board (‘Advisers urge action on governing panel for MBTA,’ Metro, June 7). The MBTA is too
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wbur

Legislation Would Support Fare-Free Public Transit Systems

“Public Transit Public Good, which describes itself as a partnership of transit workers and riders, said it welcomed the announcement of the planned restoration of bus and subway service, but
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