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Sandy cost Metro $5m

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Superstorm Sandy, which largely spared the Washington region when it hit Oct. 29 and 30, cost Metro an estimated $5 million, Metro Chief Financial Officer Carol Dillon Kissal told The Washington Examiner. She said the system lost about 900,000 trips by staying closed for more than a day and a half. Already the agency is forecasting that it could be as much as $20 million short on projected...

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