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New SmarTrip machines can't be used under ADA rules

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Metro's 100 new SmarTrip vending machines are sitting in stations, covered in plastic, because they cannot be used by visually impaired riders. That lack of accessibility violates both the agency's own procedures and the federal Americans with Disabilities Act. Accessibility not perfect on working machines either Metro already has SmarTrip vending machines at 47 stations that the agency...

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