Transit officials looking to Ludwig and his posse for help

  • Article by: PAT DOYLE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 2, 2012 - 10:47 PM

Officials hope music from the likes of Beethoven chases troublemakers at light-rail stop.

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tharaldson74Feb. 2, 12 9:23 PM

The most encouraging statement in this whole article: "Metro Transit bought the recordings for $150 from a company that offers the dead composers among "royalty-free" selections."

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furguson11Feb. 2, 12 9:43 PM

Two words - "Country Western" A little Johnny Cash would go a long way.

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carbonbigfutFeb. 2, 12 9:53 PM

Lawrence Welk would do a far better job - and isn't he from Minnesota?

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killermebeFeb. 2, 1210:14 PM

I don't have to deal thugs or the music or any of it in my CAR!

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mperry55Feb. 2, 1210:49 PM

Hope none of them has read A Clockwork Orange...

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zr580ratFeb. 2, 1210:52 PM

I think the music is a nice amenity, but this may just shift the poor behavior to other areas.

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brokenglassFeb. 2, 1211:54 PM

Maybe next they can try to get these punks to buy tickets.

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garagewineFeb. 2, 1211:54 PM

Won't it be harder for the cops to hear your cries for help over the blaring classical music?

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perrucheFeb. 3, 1212:30 AM

Surely there must be ways to improve safety without actively trying to make a group of people uncomfortable.

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acctsah2Feb. 3, 12 6:09 AM

Or the Metro Transit Police could do their job for once.

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