Guarding Subways, Rail From Terror Is Complex, Senators ToldBy
TSA chief testifies amid calls for greater transit emphasis
Agency devotes bulk of its manpower and budget to aviation
Protecting U.S. subways, railroads and roadways from terrorism is a topic that’s “been on our minds for a long time” because the systems are open to the public and spread out across the country, the U.S. transportation security chief told senators Wednesday.
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