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Cellphone Service on L.A.'s Subway System?

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Looks like Metro is beginning to the explore the possibility for that. It started in September when a member of the public requested such a service, which was followed up by up Metro's chairperson. Now that some security concerns have been addressed, the transit agency is taking the necessary steps to see this through. It's pretty loud down there when the train is in motion, but this will be nice for texting.

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