Metro Transit will be putting more cash towards security, by increasing the amount of hours cops spend on buses and getting new surveillance cameras.
The Star Tribune argue is very thorough. The lead tells us that police will be riding the bus more to "reassure passengers" and then is followed by a sentence that explains the two recent homicides that caused the unassuradness in passengers. The story says that hiring policeman for buses has helped in cities like Houston and Boston, and that there has only been 8 homicides across the nation from 2002-2006. These facts are very important for the reader to understand how the Minneapolis situation compares with other cities throughout America.
For some reason the Pioneer Press has not written a worthwhile story about this yet. Their story literally just gives a list of what the $2.4 million, which will be spent on improving security on buses, is going.