One of the things that appealed to me when I moved down from Vermont was the public transportation system. Although the MBTA has lost some of its luster for me, I do still enjoy seeing some of their attempts at improving. Especially when those efforts involve the community as a whole.

On December 5th, the General Manager of the MBTA (Daniel Grabauskas), Representative Sanchez, and several artists from the Hyde Square Task Force announced the completion of the Mural they’ve been creating in the Jackson Square T station.

The Hyde Square Task Force is a group of volunteers established in the late 1980’s to help clean up the Hyde Square neighborhood. They’re a non-profit group and this mural is one of their latest initiatives.

Read the full story on the MBTA’s site here, and the next time you’re heading in that direction take a moment to see the result of these peoples’ hard work and dedication to their community.

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