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The first phase of Metro’s SafeTrack repair plan launched this week. Three years of rail maintenance work are getting squeezed into a single year – and the first steps are taking place on lines that disproportionately affect riders in Northern Virginia. Kojo chats with Virginia’s transportation secretary about the repairs mean for all of the commonwealth’s transportation networks.
- Aubrey Layne, Jr. Virginia Secretary of Transportation
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