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The MBTA is changing its plan to impose service cuts next year. Here’s how.

Following a public backlash, the MBTA is rolling back some of its proposed service cuts in response to the pandemic-induced budget crisis — at least for now.

According to the new plan presented Monday, buses and subways will continue to run past midnight until 1 a.m., partial ferry and weekend commuter rail service will be maintained, and trolleys on the Green Line’s E branch will keep going all the way to Heath Street. Fewer bus routes would be suspended and Blue Line service wouldn’t be reduced as much as other rapid transit lines.

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