Shutdown of Washington's Subway Prompts Calls for Better FundingSusan Decker and Jeff Plungis
Nation's second-busiest system has been beset by breakdowns
Monday fire similar to one that killed passenger last year
The decision to suspend service on Washington’s troubled rail transit system Wednesday for a safety inspection prompted calls for more stable funding and oversight of the nation’s second-busiest subway.
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