Transit advocates aren’t backing down from the fight against a series of sweeping cuts to bus, subway and commuter rail services subject to a Monday vote that MBTA officials say are necessary to make up for lost revues amid the pandemic.

“It’s clear that millions of Greater Boston residents oppose these MBTA cuts,” said Lee Matsueda, executive director of Community Labor United, the lead convener of the Public Transit Public Good coalition. “Our research shows that more than 70

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