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MA: New MBTA General Manager Wants to Emphasize Rider Experience

The incoming general manager of the MBTA is asking for patience as he begins to grapple with the transit agency's myriad issues, but he is making one major pledge to riders: to hire a high-ranking official whose job is to take their concerns seriously.
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