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March 22, 2014 4:43 PM

How ‘Charlotte’s Grand Central Station’ got stuck

This was to be the year construction launched on perhaps the most important public project to hit uptown in years: a $150 million-plus plan to demolish the Trade Street Greyhound station and replace it with a modern transit hub. What happened?

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