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An MIT study on the factors that contributed to the transmission of COVID-19 has gotten a lot of traction recently.
An MIT study on the factors that contributed to the transmission of COVID-19 has gotten a lot of traction recently.
 
The public transportation system in Wilson, as in many places, needs taxpayer subsidies to keep the buses running. The difference between the cost of operating the system and revenues, led by passenger fares, is more than $1 million a year
The public transportation system in Wilson, as in many places, needs taxpayer subsidies to keep the buses running. The difference between the cost of operating the system and revenues, led by passenger fares, is more than $1 million a year
 
On June 6, the Wake County Board of Commissioners approved a transit plan. This is not good news
On June 6, the Wake County Board of Commissioners approved a transit plan. This is not good news
 
In my forthcoming book on North Carolina's economy, Our Best Foot Forward, I discuss at length the role that transportation has played in the state's economic history.
In my forthcoming book on North Carolina's economy, Our Best Foot Forward, I discuss at length the role that transportation has played in the state's economic history.
 
Iredell County commissioners unanimously found wanting a proposal to build a $452 million, 25-mile commuter rail line from the center of Charlotte through Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson, to a termination point near Mooresville.
Iredell County commissioners unanimously found wanting a proposal to build a $452 million, 25-mile commuter rail line from the center of Charlotte through Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson, to a termination point near Mooresville.
 
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