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Metro is spending millions of dollars to triple the number of video cameras it has monitoring its stations and parking garages, and to put cameras in rail cars for the first time. The agency plans to increase the number of cameras it uses to watch for crime and security threats from 1,900 to nearly 6,000, it said in documents provided to the D.C. Council. That will cost $6.5 million, an agency...

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