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Support Facilities

A secure and efficient visitor management system is needed at the Jackson Graham building in order to properly process and monitor visitors. The new system will utilize the latest technology to screen visitors, create temporary photo iden- tification cards and control access to the building.

90 Capital Needs Inventory

Business Support Facilities ($3.6 Million)

Metro will need to expand the Alexandria revenue collection facility (RCF) in order to maintain efficient handling of fare collections and to accommodate future ridership growth. Metrorail customers purchase farecards using vending machines located on rail station mezzanines. The currency is then collected in revenue service carts by Metro employees. At Metro’s RCF, employees pro- cess revenue carts in preparation for bank deposit. RCF has reached its maxi- mum capacity to house personnel and equipment. In addition, the new Dulles

Metrorail extension will place new demand on the facility with the addition of 20 additional mezzanines and 40 new revenue service carts. The cost to expand the RCF is $2.5 million.

Because Metro’s Jackson Graham building in the District of Columbia houses not only administrative offices but also an Operations Control Center that monitors the movement of Metrovehicles, a high level of security is required. On a daily basis, Metro special police officers process hundreds of visitors. These visitors include p a r t i c i p a n t s i n p u b l i c m e e t i n g s h e l d a t t h e b u i l d i n g , M e t r o A c c e s s T r a n s i t A c c e s -

sibility Center clients, Metro contractors, consultants and other guests. A secure

and efficient visitor management system is needed at the Jackson Graham build- ing in order to properly process and monitor visitors. The system will utilize the latest technology to screen visitors, create temporary photo identification cards and control access to the building. The cost of a Building Visitor Management System is $1.1 million.

CNI 034: Revenue Collection Facility (RCF) Building Expansion CNI 098: Jackson Graham Building Visitor Management System

$2.5 $1.1

Total

$3.6

Business Support Facilities includes the following CNI projects:

CNI Project

Total (YOE, $ Millions)

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