MBTA face $111 million shortfall.
In this June 17, 2015 file photo light rail repairer Fred Goforth, of Nashua, N.H., works on a railcar coupling at the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Riverside maintenance facility in Newton, Mass. Boston's public transit system is the nation's fourth-busiest, but it's also the oldest, and it's not showing its age well.

The gap is three times higher than expected. Talk of increased fares. Growing pension liabilities are largely to blame.
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