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    1. The first time the MBTA ever prematurely canceled service before a tropical storm was only a few years ago.

    2. Following last winter’s fiasco, a lot of attention has been given this year to the MBTA’s preparations for upcoming snowstorms. But weather may present a different kind of challenge to the T much sooner, as Hurricane Joaquin makes its way north.

    3. The MBTA finally found the long-forgotten artist who painted Government Center’s murals, a recovering addict praises his interaction with police, and the rest of the news you need to know today.

    4. The MBTA projects massive deficits coming soon, Key & Peele ends its hilarious run, potted plants defend cyclists on Boston roadways, and the rest of the news you need to know today.

    5. BOSTON -- Concerned that the Baker administration's effort to privatize some MBTA services could cost workers their jobs, union members gathered in protest on Wednesday, vowing to continue to call

    6. Service on the MBTA’s Red Line between Park Street and JFK/UMass stations resumed at 5:11 p.m. Wednesday after having been shut down for approximately 50 minutes due to Boston fire activity at Broadway, according to an MBTA update . The MBTA was expecting severe residual delays.

    7. Back Bay Station Pollution Fixes Come Up Costly

      Banker & TradesmanSep 29 09:55 AM

      Permanent fixes for indoor air pollution at the MBTA’s Back Bay Station range could be costly, according to a consulting engineer’s report.

    8. T tries to reduce absenteeism

      Sentinel & EnterpriseSep 15 03:58 AM

      By Andy Metzger State House News Service BOSTON -- Hoping to reduce absenteeism within the MBTA, transit officials have begun looking at the roots of the problem and are considering bringing in an outside manager.

    9. In Boston, a geographically accurate map of the MBTA illuminates the system’s many twists, turns, and disparate distances between stops (looking at you, Green Line).

    10. BOSTONMBTA officials say the Boston-area transit system could face an ever-increasing operational deficit without a plan to control expenses and boost revenues. Frank DePaola, general manager of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, and chief administrator Brian Shortsleeve briefed reporters Wednesday on budget projections before a meeting of the state's transportation board.

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