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March 23, 2016

Urgent slogans only underscore the difficulties inherent in keeping a subway system like New York City’s safe.

Paul Larrousse, director of the National Transit Institute at Rutgers University, says that securing open systems like the MTA network necessitates due diligence on the part of transit staff, police and riders, in addition to tools such as technological “sniffers,” or regular canine units.

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