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Metro steam cleans bus seats daily and other highlights from an AMA with Phil Washington

Metro’s CEO talks safety, taxes, and those gross cloth bus seats As the Measure M vote rapidly approaches, Metro CEO Phil Washington took to Reddit this afternoon to answer questions directly from the people. During the one hour "ask me anything" session, Washington fielded questions about Measure M, safety on the Blue Line, and why Metro still dresses its buses and trains in unnerving cloth seats.
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