Politics Friday: Addressing a spike in light rail crime

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New policies are being considered to address an increase in crime on Metro Transit light rail trains.
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On this edition of Politics Friday, host Mike Mulcahy sits down with Metropolitan Council Chair Charlie Zelle to talk about safety on Twin Cities buses and light rail.

Then, University of Minnesota President Joan Gabel addressed the multi-million bonding request to renovate university buildings and update existing infrastructure across campus.

And we end the show with MPR News political reporters Brian Bakst and Mark Zdechlick with an update ahead of the Nevada caucuses.

Use the audio player above to listen to the program.

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