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  • Tiffani Johnson

Changes to Metro Lost and Found Procedures

Amid ongoing pandemic-related budget constraints, Metro today announced upcoming changes to its lost and found procedures to reduce administrative costs so the agency can continue to prioritize its core mission: providing safe and reliable transportation for the region.


Beginning March 1, Metro's lost and found department will work to reunite customers with lost wallets and electronics (such as phones, tablets, and laptops) only. All other items lost in the system will be disposed of, donated to charity, destroyed, or auctioned.


For more information, click here to view full news release:

https://www.wmata.com/about/news/Lost-and-found-procedures.cfm

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