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Sound off to Metro's new (interim) chief

Metro could get a new (interim) boss Thursday, and that raises the hope among many Metro riders that the troubled transit system could get a fresh start in dealing with its myriad safety, reliability and budget problems.

No one wants more crashes, delays or derailments, but we want the new chief, Richard Sarles, who is coming in from running New Jersey's commuter rail and bus system, to get a good sense of just what it is about the system's decline that most troubles riders. So here's your chance to speak truth to power: Come ahead with your letters to Richard Sarles--be specific about the problems you want him to fix and the agenda items that you want him to tackle.

Use the comment board at the end of this post to add your voice or send us an e-mail.

By Michael Bolden  |  March 3, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories , Metro , Safety  | Tags: Metro, Metro safety  
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Why does this have to be an "interim" appointment? Hire him. If he doesn't do well, fire him. This isn't the Supreme Court.

Posted by: member5 | March 3, 2010 3:04 PM | Report abuse

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