At Clark and Steinhorn, we are always encouraged when answers to our previously expressed concerns about funding for safety manifest themselves. For our avid readers you may recall a recent blog wherein we discussed Metro's contemplated repairs to track circuits in order to avoid replicating last year's deadly Fort Totten crash.

The problem is/was, how would Metro pay for the circuit replacements ? The answer in today's Washington Post at :

So a Metro panel is recommending that the full Metro board approve not only $10 million for track circuit replacement but also another $15.7 million for bringing about other safety measures suggested by the N.T.S.B. in the aftermath of the Fort Totten crash.

Good for Metro!
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