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D.C. Metro's aging radios could create confusion in emergencies

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Metrorail's main radio system is as old as the transit system itself, and that's creating confusion that could complicate emergencies. Investigators found that Metro's command center couldn't adequately communicate with operators whose trains were stuck underground during January's Green Line meltdown, when hundreds of riders evacuated dark, hot trains on their own initiative. That's because...

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