BOSTON (WHDH) - The MBTA is working to fix staffing issues that are being blamed for an increase in dropped bus trips.
A new study showed that a shortage of about 100 drivers led to around 300 dropped trips per day late last year.
The T is set to unveil a new automated scheduling system, which should improve response to driver absences.
Officials said the new system will be unveiled by next spring.
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