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WTA to invest in security in 2023

Team aims to address a perception problem with safety

Passengers walk through Whatcom Transportation Authority's Bellingham Station with multiple buses parked.
Passengers walk through Whatcom Transportation Authority's Bellingham Station after exiting buses on Nov. 18. WTA's 2023 budget includes funding for a new security team intended to make buses and transit stations safer. (Ralph Schwartz/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Whatcom Transportation Authority plans to spend money next year on multiple long-range planning proj
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