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    OUR MISSION
    is to provide public oversight
    of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority as well
    as technical assistance and information

    on behalf of the 176 community members of the
    Advisory Board and the transit riding public.
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    Wear a mask to protect each other
    Your cloth face covering may protect them.
    Their cloth face covering may protect you.
    Wash your hands before putting on your face covering
    Stay at least 6 feet away from others
    Use hand sanitizer
    The MBTA Advisory Board tracks the
    service delivered by the MBTA.

    We consolidate the MBTA’s daily reports and monitor how many scheduled trips were not run and why.
    This information allows the MBTA’s customers to evaluate MBTA service and, hopefully, track improvements.

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    If you have questions
    regarding the MBTA or the MBTA Advisory Board
    please contact the staff at any time. info@mbtaadvisoryboard.com

OUR MISSION

OUR MISSION is to provide public oversight of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation. Authority as well as technical assistance and information on behalf of the 176 community members of the Advisory Board and the transit riding public.
If you have questions regarding the MBTA or the MBTA Advisory Board, please contact the staff at any time. Brian Kane– Acting Executive Director Deborah Gaul– Executive Assistant Our office is located at: 177 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02111 Phone: 617-426-6054 - Fax: 617-451-2054

About Us

The chief elected official of each of the 176 cities and towns in the district, or his or her designee.

  • is a voting member. Each municipality has one vote plus fractions of votes equivalent to its weighted proportion of the deficit (Chapter 161A, Section 7A). As assessments change, so does the precise weight of each municipal vote.

Provide public oversight of MBTA expenditure through a rigorous, MassDOT Board policy-mandated review of MBTA annual operating budget. is a voting member.
Each municipality has one vote plus fractions of votes equivalent to its weighted proportion of the deficit (Chapter 161A, Section 7A). As assessments change, so does the precise weight of each municipal vote.
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NEXT MBTA ADVISORY BOARD MEETING
September 2020 - Date and time TBA Committees will meet over the summer

Downloads

DOWNLOAD - Budget Oversight.pdf
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September 2020 - Date and time TBA Committees will meet over the summer

FMCB, April 13, 2020