Some DC Metrorail cars still lack protections for visually impaired

WASHINGTON — Metro has pushed back its timeline for retrofitting some of its rail cars with safety barriers meant to protect the visually impaired from falling into gaps between trains. The Washington Post reports that Metro initially told federal officials it would install protective barriers on its 7000-series cars by the end of 2017.But Metro has since pushed ...

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