Students board a Wake County school bus last year in Cary. The rebuilding of the Raleigh Beltline eventually will affect 20 percent of Wake County school bus routes, forcing changes in school start times for the next few years until the project is done.
Students board a Wake County school bus last year in Cary. The rebuilding of the Raleigh Beltline eventually will affect 20 percent of Wake County school bus routes, forcing changes in school start times for the next few years until the project is done. 2012 News & Observer file photo
Students board a Wake County school bus last year in Cary. The rebuilding of the Raleigh Beltline eventually will affect 20 percent of Wake County school bus routes, forcing changes in school start times for the next few years until the project is done. 2012 News & Observer file photo

Raleigh Beltline project to have major impact on Wake schools

December 18, 2013 09:47 AM

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