In a departure from proposals that would raise T fares and slash services to balance the T's budget, the state's top transporation official says his agency aims to raise enough revenue to avoid service cuts.
Secretary of Transportation Richard Davey made the remarks to the Boston Globe.
The about-face comes after thousands of people have turned out a public meetings to denounce the proposals. One of those meetings was held in JP.
The cuts on the table would eliminate the 48 Bus, among other effects on JP.
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