TWITTER ACTIVITY DRAWS ATTENTION TO MBTA GENERAL MANAGER
While riders made their way into work Tuesday amid a respite from the cold spell, the head of the MBTA took a little journey on Twitter, blocking reporters from following him, changing his account to private, and then making it public again.
Hired in September, T General Manager Luis Ramírez over the past week or so has helmed the T through some of the worst winter weather since snow and cold caused a service meltdown three years ago.
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