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Metro approves contract for 428 new rail cars

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Hundreds of new rail cars are on their way onto Metro's tracks, including replacements for Metro's oldest cars, which federal investigators have scorned for years as uncrashworthy. Metro's board of directors approved an $886 million contract Thursday to buy 428 rail cars from Kawasaki Rail Car Inc. The deal represents more than one-third of the existing fleet and could be expanded with options...

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