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MBTA Finishes FY16 with Lowest Expense Growth in 15 Years and a 50% Reduction in Forecast Operating Deficit

The MBTA made significant progress in improving its fiscal health and achieved several important financial milestones during its 2016 Fiscal Year, including significant savings in overtime spending and other operating costs.
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