Metra Boosts Security, Adds Cameras

Saturday, Feb 16, 2013  |  Updated 9:03 AM CDT
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In an attempt to boost security, Metra plans to add security cameras to the Electric District Line stations this summer.
 

The installation is the first step in boosting overall security, Metra officials said Friday.
 
The cameras are scheduled to be installed in nine stations along the line. 

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