Vijay Khawani

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

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Executive Officer for Corporate Safety at METRO, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Vijay Khawani on KCRW

Saturday morning, one of  Metro's Expo Line trains was hit  by a Hyundai sedan in Exposition Park near the campus of USC.

Recent Crash Puts LA's Expanding Rail Lines under Scrutiny

Saturday morning, one of Metro's Expo Line trains was hit by a Hyundai sedan in Exposition Park near the campus of USC.

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