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Smaller crowd but bumpy afternoon for Metro

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Riders took about 700,000 trips on Metro to attend President Obama's second inauguration -- a sizable drop from the 1.1 million Metrorail rides in 2009 -- but they battled problems ranging from a disabled train and switch problems to crowded platforms and long lines for fare cards. Though fewer riders used Metro than on a normal weekday, they were all headed to the same place at the same time,...

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