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Visually impaired riders call on Metro to improve station lighting

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A Metro advisory committee composed of disabled riders is calling for the transit agency to invest $24 million to improve lighting in the system's rail stations for the safety of visually impaired riders. The agency's Accessibility Advisory Committee conducted its own survey of lighting in about two-thirds of the system's 86 stations and gave recommendations to Metro's board on Thursday. The...

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