A Wellesley woman is quoted in Boston.com regarding the MBTA decision to get rid of 12-passes.
The MBTA is doing away with 12-ride passes, which – riders contend in Boston.com – can mean more than just 12 rides. The MBTA will stop making available the passes, which had a 6-month validity period, and replace them with 10-ride passes, good for 30 days, according to Boston.com Eva Bozewicz, 18, from Wellesley sounded off in the article. She said she was aware that people took advantage of the 12-ride passes, but she was OK with it. The retiring of the 12-rides comes on the heels of the decision to fare hikes and service cuts on the T last week.