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MBTA Paratransit CommissionGovernor Deval Patrick in April signed Executive Order 530 establishing a Commonwealth-wide effort to examine and offer suggestions to improve and reform Community, Social Service and Paratransit transportation.

The Order established a Commission of 16 members.

Governor Patrick’s Commission will hold its final in a series of public listening sessions with extended hours as follows:

Monday, November 7, 3pm-7pm

Boston, State Transportation Building, 10 Park Plaza, Conference Rooms 1-2-3. 

All are invited to attend and be heard. 

For more information including transcripts from prior session please visit our webpage at www.mbta.com/execorder530

If you are unable to attend,  your comments may be left on voice mail at 617-222-6260 or by emailing execorder@mbta.com or by US mail to MBTA 45 High St 5th flr c/o EO530  Boston MA 02110.

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