MBTA weekend commuter rail service and transit services for individuals with disabilities are on the Baker administration’s “menu” of potential service cuts to help close a $42 million gap in the transit agency’s $2 billion budget.

“This is really about resetting the MBTA’s budget in a way that is financially sustainable not just for fiscal 2018, but over time,” Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack told reporters before a presentation to the T’s Fiscal and Management Control Board on Monday. She said, “We need to ask questions, hard questions, about what we want to run.”

Suspending weekend service for a year and making capital upgrades to the rail lines during that time would save the MBTA $10 million, T officials said.

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