We've all asked the age ol' question, "Why doesn't the T stay open later?" Find out why.
Come watch the Boston Under After Hours documentary about what happens after the T shuts down, and the MBTA employees who work 1:30am-5:00am to make the system run smoothly the following day. With current fare increases and service cuts pending, this question is even more relevant. Why not keep the T open longer for more revenue? What can you do to keep the T going? Get insight in to the inter-workings of the T, and the current MBTA's financial situation and service plan.
Discussion with filmmakers, MBTA, and On The Move following the film. Stay for a social hour afterwards to meet and chat with filmmakers and the stars of the film.
Popcorn and snacks provided and $2 Harpoon.
Watch film trailer here>>
This event is hosted by LivableStreets Alliance and sponsored by On the Move Coalition.
On the Move (OTM) is a coalition of nine community based organizations in greater Boston, including LivableStreets, that came together in 2002 to advocate for transportation justice. www.bostononthemove.org
LivableStreets Alliance is your advocate for a balance of biking, walking, and transit with automobiles—creating safe streets and livable communities—making the Boston region a better place to live, work, and play. www.livablestreets.info
For more information>> 617.621.1746/ email@example.com/ www.livablestreets.info
(MBTA tunnel photo provided by Nicolaur Czarnecki of the METRO)
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LivableStreets Alliance is a non-profit transportation advocacy group working to create safe, affordable and convenient transportation for all Boston area residents