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He’s spent his career working on transit issues up and down the East Coast. As Richard Sarles enters his second month as Metro’s Interim General Manager, he sits down with Kojo to talk about safety and financial issues of concern to riders, employees, local governments, and more.
- Richard Sarles Interim General Manager, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Sarles on Metro’s Challenges
Metro’s Interim General Manager Richard Sarles talks about the measures Metro is in the process of implementing to address safety and accountability concerns.
Earlier this month, Richard Sarles spoke to the press about safety, service reliability, and communications issues:
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