BOSTON (CBS) – Those sympathetic with the ‘Occupy’ movement plan to rally Monday against the MBTA’s plans to cut service and raise fares.

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“The proposed MBTA service cuts and fare hikes are the perfect way to appease elected officials and their corporate partners by draining the remaining resources of the 99%,” said Brett West, an organizer for Occupy Boston.

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Protesters from different sections of the city plan to rally at around 4:30 p.m. in Copley Square to “Save the T.”

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Then, the protesters will attend Monday night’s public hearing about the MBTA’s proposed plan, which calls for service cuts and higher fares in order to close a $185 million budget gap.