BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) – A former T bus supervisor retired in March from his $86,000-a-year job, one month after the MBTA suspended him because he drove MBTA vehicles for five years with a suspended driver's license, the Boston Herald reported.
In 2008, Kevin Graney license was suspended for failing to pay a fine stemming from a 2007 incident for driving with an uninsured and unregistered car in Medford.
His license was reinstated in February this year. An MBTA spokesperson says they regularly check the driving information of bus drivers, but last year, the agency began adding bus supervisors to the system.
Read more: Boston Herald
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Herald: Former T supervisor drove T vehicles for 5 years with suspended license
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