Officials last week cut the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s fiscal 2010 budget by $160 million to balance the spending plan.

The MBTA’s advisory board approved roughly 1,200 of layoffs, benefit cuts, and reductions in supplies and services to generate $160 million of savings as the authority has yet to receive an anticipated bailout from Massachusetts’ legislature, according to a board report.

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