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June 6, 2014 3:28 PM

As South End booms, fears rise for pedestrian safety on South Boulevard

Nearly seven years after Charlotte officials brought light rail to the South End, the area is booming with new apartments, restaurants and shops. But residents say the city overlooked one crucial task: making South Boulevard safe for pedestrians and cyclists.

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