BAKER GIVES MBTA A "C" BUT AN "A-" FOR ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES
Pointing to a mix of "significant, positive and important improvements" and work that still needs to be done, Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday said he'd give the T a passing grade.
Baker was asked during his "Ask the Governor" segment on WGBH Radio to rate his administration's performance regarding the MBTA, nearly two years after he appointed a five-member Fiscal Management and Control Board to oversee the beleaguered transit agency.
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