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Mass transit at a standstill in Wake County 

It's another year lost—and probably some key capital area properties as well—in what is now a quarter-century-long effort to launch public transit and transit-oriented development in Raleigh, Wake County and the eastern half of the Triangle. Wake County will not vote in…

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