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After four years of planning and controversy, National Harbor’s $1.4 billion MGM resort and casino opens tonight. But along with glittering amenities come glaring traffic disruptions to the region and to neighborhoods surrounding the venue. With up to 10,000 vehicles and nearly 35,000 visitors expected the first day alone, Prince George’s County Police are on round-the-clock shifts to manage the flow. Kojo talks with the Prince George’s County police chief about what residents and commuters should expect from traffic, and how officials are monitoring safety in and around MGM.
- Henry P. Stawinski III Chief of Police, Prince George's County, Maryland
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