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Posted at 11:14 AM ET, 12/17/2009

Metro boss makes new commitment to safety

By Washington Post editors

During today's Metro board meeting, Metro's General Manager John B. Catoe, Jr. pledged to make Metro a safer system. But while he offered strong words, there were few details behind his pledge.

"We have a battle in front of us," he said in a statement to board members at the start of today's board meetings. It's a battle, he said, ". . .to win back public confidence in mass transit. "If people don't feel safe, we won't have riders."

"This is my declaration of war," Catoe said. "Today, it's about action, not about reviews."

For more details, check out The Post's Get There blog. Stay tuned for continuing coverage of today's board meeting.

By Washington Post editors  | December 17, 2009; 11:14 AM ET
Tags:  John B. Catoe, Metro board meeting  
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