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Wu backs low-income MBTA fare

Eliminating fares has been one of her top priorities   Boston Mayor Michelle Wu speaks at a rally in favor of a low-income fare on the MBTA. BOSTON MAYOR Michelle Wu,
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The Boston Globe

At Park Street, Mayor Wu supports low-income fare program for the T

At Park Street, Mayor Wu supports low-income fare program for the T Boston Mayor Michelle Wu joined transit advocates in downtown Boston Monday to call on state lawmakers to pass
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Boston mayor, others rally to push MBTA for low income fare program

Transit advocates, including Boston mayor Michelle Wu, held a rally at the Park Street MBTA stop next to Boston Common on Monday, pushing the MBTA for a low income fare
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MBTA riders need a low-income fare, not a new fee

We need a low-income transit fare in Boston. However, new proposed changes to fare collection would lead us in the opposite direction — away from greater equity and towards a
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CommonWealth Magazine

A low-income fare would make a real difference

Public support is high, need is great TWO MONTHS before my daughter was due to be born, I developed preeclampsia and had to be rushed from Brockton to Tufts Medical Center
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Coalition Calls for Swift Action on Low-Income Fares

In the wake of the failure by the MBTA board to create a Low-Income Fare for MBTA riders, a popular proposal that garnered overwhelming support in public testimony, the Public
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