As it works through its profound financial woes, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority needs to present a compelling face to the public. Beverly Scott, who currently heads the transit agency in Atlanta, seems well-equipped to fill that role. Yet a new general manager can only do so much. The governor and Legislature need to provide the resources to put the MBTA on stronger footing.
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