Metro in Washington, D.C., sees extended delays following derailment, removal of over 700 rail cars
Host Robin Young talks with Here & Now transportation analyst Seth Kaplan about recent derailments on the Metro in Washington, D.C., leading to a federal safety investigation and more than 700 rail cars being pulled from service.
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