Only a few people ride the R-LIne around lunchtime in downtown Raleigh on Monday. As the city prepares to hike bus fares by 50 percent, Raleigh will continue to spend $1 million each year to keep the downtown R-Line bus free to riders.
Only a few people ride the R-LIne around lunchtime in downtown Raleigh on Monday. As the city prepares to hike bus fares by 50 percent, Raleigh will continue to spend $1 million each year to keep the downtown R-Line bus free to riders. cseward@newsobserver.com
Only a few people ride the R-LIne around lunchtime in downtown Raleigh on Monday. As the city prepares to hike bus fares by 50 percent, Raleigh will continue to spend $1 million each year to keep the downtown R-Line bus free to riders. cseward@newsobserver.com

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