Metro-North commuters feel safe despite lack of visible security

With increased security measures in place at airports after the foiled terror plot, commuters on Metro-North trains Friday did not see any evidence of heightened security. Many commuters riding out of

News 12 Staff

May 29, 2014, 7:01 PM

Updated 3,704 days ago

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With increased security measures in place at airports after the foiled terror plot, commuters on Metro-North trains Friday did not see any evidence of heightened security.
Many commuters riding out of Tarrytown say security measures on the rails are adequate. Some believe it is up to passengers to be conscious of their surroundings. Many say they don?t think trains are the terrorists main targets and feel safe traveling by rail.
A Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) spokesperson would not comment on whether security measures have been raised after news of the thwarted terror plot.
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