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MBTA Jun 12
: Service is suspended between Government Center and Kenmore due to a wire problem. Please expect delays as buses are dispatched. Passengers may use the Orange Line between N Station and Back Bay Stations.
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Peter Wilson Jun 12
Hi Tim. Would it be okay for Boston 25 News to use your photo with credit to you?
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Timothy Dunn Jun 12
Replying to @PetesWire @MBTA and 3 others
Sure. You can use these too. Can you actually follow up with and and ask both what the long term plans are for public transportation? The needs more money to address its backlog of deferred maintenance. Local news needs to do a better job.
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Peter Wilson Jun 12
Thanks Timothy. has an event today. We can ask him about issues once again.
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Kristin Dube Jun 12
Would be able to use these pictures with credit to you across all platforms?
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Karma™ Jun 12
Please also ask him how he sleeps at night.
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Timothy Dunn Jun 12
Sure thing. Please ask and what the long term funding plans are for the . They have shirked responsibility for this and need to be held accountable for avoiding this issue.
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sean behan Jun 12
Would be great if you asked him when was the last time he took the Green Line. And then asked why not.
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Timothy Dunn Jun 12
Yes. We left about 25 minutes ago from Park Street and have only made it to Copley.
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Adam Gaffin Jun 12
Pull a Mitt and ask him how much the fare is.
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sean behan Jun 12
Yes! Where is when we need him?
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Timothy Dunn Jun 12
Replying to @PetesWire @MBTA and 3 others
Update: I was trying to get to the B line and now that is dead. Again, please ask and what the long term funding plans are for maintaining and expanding service to keep up with increases in population and jobs
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Tracy Staedter Jun 12
Faster to walk.
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Peter Wilson Jun 12
1PM UPDATE: has reached out to Charlie Baker for comment on today's service disruptions and rider frustrations. The governor's office has referred us to the and .
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Timothy Dunn Jun 12
Replying to @PetesWire @MBTA and 5 others
Thanks for following up. The cowardice of and in referring questions of funding to the and is an example of both abdicating the powers they have regarding this issue. New leadership is needed in the legislative and executive branches.
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Guglielmo Jun 12
I love how people think it just will happen magically that non-Greater Boston legislators will vote for more T funding. Or, that they just print money in the basement of the State House.
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Peter Wilson Jun 12
NEW: From about this morning's service disruptions.
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Timothy Dunn Jun 12
Replying to @PetesWire @MBTA and 6 others
An improvement but still not good enough. Both the MBTA Control Board and MBTA Advisory Board state that the needs more funding. What is the long term solution from and ?
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