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January 01, 2011
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Can mass transit be protected?

The massive number of subways and trains makes it tough

By Gary Stoller
USA TODAY

WASHINGTON, DC — The government's top security officials say they are upgrading subway and rail defenses against terrorist attacks throughout the country, but a USA TODAY examination finds gaping holes, including many that may not be possible to plug.

The holes in security leave travelers more vulnerable on the more than 4 billion trips they take by subway and rail each year than in the sky, where airlines carried fewer than 700 million passengers from U.S. airports last year.

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