In response to the proposed changes to the MBTA Commuter Rail schedules, set to take effect this May, MassCommute prepared a letter of detailed comments and feedback generated from direct outreach to the 300,000+ commuters served by our TMAs.
February 22, 2016
Frank DePaola, General Manager & CEO
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, Massachusetts Department of Transportation
10 Park Plaza Boston, MA
Re: Proposed MBTA Commuter Rail Schedule Changes
On behalf of the twelve Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) of MassCommute, and the 300+ businesses and 300,000+ employees we serve, we would like to thank you for this opportunity to provide feedback on the recently proposed 2016 schedule changes to the MBTA Commuter Rail. As you know, the Commuter Rail provides critical connections to jobs and services and acts as both a driver of our economic engine and a determinant of our quality of life here in the Commonwealth. Our TMAs have reviewed the proposed schedule changes in detail and have engaged with commuters in their service areas extensively to generate feedback. The following comments are a collection of that feedback as well as of the analyses of MassCommute TMA staff: Read complete letter
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