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November 4, 2013 5:53 PM

Road Worrier: Bus talk should not derail Wake transit plans, advocates say

Train stations are a key element in plans to reshape Research Triangle Park and triple its work force. The RTP foundation’s president and other transit advocates say they’re open to new ideas about bus rapid transit, as long as Wake County makes a commitment to rail transit.

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