Kenneth Hernandez

Chief Risk, Safety and Asset Manager for Metro

Chief Risk, Safety and Asset Manager for Metro

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Some public transit commuters are driving themselves to work instead. Others say if the train or bus is crowded, they’ll wait for the next one.

How LA Metro riders are handling coronavirus anxiety

Some public transit commuters are driving themselves to work instead. Others say if the train or bus is crowded, they’ll wait for the next one.

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