The MBTA has unveiled the exterior designs for new cars on the Red, Orange, and Green lines following a vote recall because of apparent ballot stuffing.
On Tuesday, the MBTA announced the winning designs from the survey, launched last month, but was quickly forced to call the results back.
The MBTA said in its press release that 177,338 people cast votes. But a quick look at the results showed that only 25,000 people voted for the Orange Line designs, while 177,000 voted for the Green and Red line cars.
Thursday, the MBTA came back with what it says are the accurate outcomes.
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Three sets of designs for each line were posted on the MBTA website in late October. The public voting ran through Nov. 3.
According to the MBTA, the Green Line Option 3 won with 89 percent of votes cast. The Orange Line Option 1 won with 41 percent of the vote, and the Red Line Option 2 won with 90 percent of the vote.