MBTA invites public to discuss Framingham/Worcester line schedule changes

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BOSTON — Commuter train schedules are changing on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Framingham/Worcester line and the agency wants the public to weigh in on the proposal.

Transit managers say they will host three public meetings for area residents to share comments and suggestions about schedule changes. The meetings will be held in Newton, Mass., on Jan. 31, Worcester, Mass., on Feb. 1., and in Natick, Mass., on Feb. 6.

Public suggestions given to the agency will be recorded for consideration by the agency’s fiscal and management control board.

The Framingham/Worcester line is a 44.3-mile commuter rail corridor providing service from Boston to Worcester. It includes a total of 17 station stops.

More information is available online.

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