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BOSTON (AP) — The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is hoping to use a voluntary retirement program and other incentives to reduce its staffing level by 300 workers — a move aimed at saving the public transit agency about $25 million. MBTA officials say the savings will be used to help close an estimated $80 million…

via MBTA Hopes To Save $25 Million With Buyouts, Voluntary Retirements — CBS BostonCBS Boston