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Bus drivers, rail operators not in anti-fatigue plan

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Metro is planning to spend $5 million next fiscal year to hire more people to combat fatigue in its workforce -- but none of them will be bus drivers or rail operators. Sleepiness has been a problem for the agency, with some Metrobus drivers working more than 20 hours in a day and 67 caught on camera falling asleep at the wheel in a 19-month period. Metro started studying the problem in 2011...

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