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The Opening of Metro's Silver Line

Metro is scheduled to begin rail service this week on its new Silver Line, a milestone in one of the largest public infrastructure projects in the country. But the new line is already disrupting commuting patterns for passengers elsewhere in the system. Kojo chats with WAMU 88.5 transportation reporter Martin Di Caro about what the Silver Line's opening will mean for the riders who use it, the neighborhoods near its stops and passengers who use Metro's other lines.

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