Defending her record in Atlanta, the MBTA’s next general manager promised transparency about her past and about her plans to help lift the beleaguered T to fiscal health. Beverly Scott, a former university professor who has spent 35 years in public transit, returned to Boston on Saturday for the first time since being selected by the state’s transportation board in September, sitting down with the Globe for a wide-ranging two-hour interview.
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