BOSTON — Metro.US reports that the MBTA released a 10-minute survey this week to determine the habits of would-be late-night service riders.

MBTA cancelled late-night train service in February after a brief experiment and is now considering contracting with Bridj to provide the service. The MBTA's Fiscal Management Control Board will use the data from the survey to decide whether to enter into a $1.55 million annual service contract with Bridj. For the full story, click here.

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