By Christian Metzger and Claudia Chiappa
BU News Service
Boston’s MBTA is planning to cut non-essential services in response to a projected budget deficit of over $300 million caused by low ridership during the coronavirus pandemic. The MBTA’s Fiscal and Management Control Board has proposed a plan that will evaluate and scale back what they deem non-essential services — including some commuter rail, subway and ferry services. With BU News Service and BUTV10, Christian Metzger has more on how this will impact Boston-area residents.