BOSTON —
A broad coalition of riders, workers and labor unions is planning a protest and rolling rally outside the MBTA’s Boston headquarters as the agency mulls service cuts.

MBTA officials want to eliminate 25 bus routes, weekend commuter rail service, ferries and more.

The transit agency is dealing with a considerable budget gap due to low ridership and declining fare revenue during the pandemic.

The rolling rally begins at 10 a.m. with cars and bikes gathering on Summer Street in the Seaport to start the ride to the transportation building on Stuart Street.

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