Time to make a federal case out of Metro rail failures

In normal times, the grounding of more than half of the Washington Metro Rail fleet would be a huge snag for federal government operations. With pandemic levels of teleworking, so far it’s mainly an inconvenience. But my next guest argues, local jurisdictions need to get going now with alternative ways for feds, and contractors, to get to work. Salim Furth is a research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.