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Passenger Facilities

76 Capital Needs Inventory

station rather than drive or ride the bus. Connections could include tunnels, bridges, at-grade sidewalk construction and safety improvements (e.g., light- ing). Metro’s current project includes pedestrian walkways at 5 – 10 stations.

CNI 035: Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities: Capacity Improvements

$40.3

Total

$40.3

Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities includes the following CNI project:

CNI Project

Total (YOE, $ Millions)

Rail Station Equipment ($21.6 Million)

In order to secure the rail system, Metro has installed safety equipment within each station. The PROTECT system is the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives (CBRNE) detection system installed within the track beds at select stations within the rail system. Metro will expand this system to include additional capabilities. Metro will also upgrade other safety equipment within rail stations, including Emergency Tunnel Evacuation Carts (ETECs) and Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs). The ETECs allow emergency person- nel to travel through tunnels to reach an emergency scene and to transport cus- tomers and employees to safety. The AEDs are used to automatically diagnose and treat life-threatening cardiac conditions, and are located in most Metro stations. The AEDs need to be replaced every 8 years, and the batteries need replacement every 5 years. This rail station equipment is critical to not only prevent incidents, but also respond to emergency situations.

CNI Project

Total (YOE, $ Millions)

CNI 105: Chemical Detector Enhancements CNI 099: Police Emergency Management Equipment

$20.4 $1.2

Total

$21.6

Rail Station Equipment includes the following CNI projects:

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