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MBTA Bike Cage Contest
The MBTA today announced a public contest to Rename the Bike Cages.  Current T Bike Cage locations are Alewife and Forest Hills with more coming, including one at South Station.  The winner of the Rename the Bike Cage contest will receive a one month subway pass and a new folding bicycle, courtesy of Back Bay Bicycles.

Contestants may fill out a ballot online or mail a hard copy ballot printed in the Boston METRO to:

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, 45 High Street, Boston, MA 02110, attn: Erik Scheier, Project Director for Operations

All submissions must be received by 6:00pm, Wednesday, May 5.  The winner will be notified and invited to an MBTA kickoff event at South Station on Monday, May 17th, 1:00pm, South Station. 

Good luck! 

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