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Metro released a Prioritization of Capital Needs Inventory on September 10 indicating that it needs $11B for FY2010-11. Of this $11B, 67% (or $7.6B) is required to maintain safety and performance. In other words, if the agency does not come up with $7.6B, safety and/or service will have to be compromised. Go to GreaterGreaterWashington’s post for a succinct overview of this problem.

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