MBTA LOADING ASSET CONDITION INFO INTO TRAPEZE SYSTEM
Information about the condition of MBTA trains, ferries, trolleys and other assets will be contained within a new asset management system called Trapeze, an emerging database that Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack said Monday will be "one source of truth" that transit officials will be able to draw on for analyses.
"This is really the key," MBTA General Manager Luis Ramirez said at an MBTA Control Board meeting where officials also disclosed that the first new Orange Line cars are on their way to an assembly plant in Springfield.
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