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If light rail comes to Vancouver, security will be a concern

If MAX picked for new I-5 Bridge, officials say planning will happen in advance

By , Columbian staff writer
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A MAX Green Line train pulls into the Southeast Main Street stop near Mall 205 in Portland. If light rail comes to Vancouver, a decision will need to be made about what security and law enforcement in the jurisdiction will look like on the MAX.
A MAX Green Line train pulls into the Southeast Main Street stop near Mall 205 in Portland. If light rail comes to Vancouver, a decision will need to be made about what security and law enforcement in the jurisdiction will look like on the MAX. (PHOTOS BY Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Among the discussions surrounding the Interstate 5 Bridge replacement is a big question of which high-capacity transit option will be chosen.

With that question comes a myriad of others, though, such as what transit security would look like in Vancouver if TriMet extended its light rail system here.

TriMet, for example, has a Transit Police Division.

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