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Wilmington OKs loading point for Amtrak bus service

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Amtrak may have found a loading point in Wilmington for its buses. The city of Wilmington has given Amtrak permission to use a downtown intersection for a bus stop after Wave Transit rebuffed a request from Amtrak to use Forden Station. Full story...
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No one hurt after Wave bus hits SUV

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A scary scene this afternoon at the intersection of Castle Hayne and North College Roads in New Hanover County. Highway Patrol says a SUV ran a stop sign, cutting off a Wave Transit bus. Full story...
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Truck crashes into Wave transit bus

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A pick-up truck slammed into a Wave transit bus this morning. It happened at 2399 Carolina Beach Road in Wilmington at about 7 a.m. Full story...
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Trolley and car collide downtown

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A crash between a car and a Wave transit bus slowed the drive home for some folks tonight. Full story...
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Christmas travelers come home via planes, trains, automobiles and buses

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video While grandma's cookies and great presents are waiting over the river and through the woods, you've got to get through the traveling to get the good stuff. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Wave's beach bus numbers fuzzy math

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video You have probably heard about Wave Transit's proposal for bus routes to the beach. But some claims made by Wave and even county commissioners in support of the plan may be a bit misleading. Full story...
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Bus routes to beaches may be too good to be true

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video To most, the idea of having bus routes that could drop you off a few yards from water's edge seems too good to be true, and it just might be. There may soon be bus routes to our area's southern beaches if Wave Transit gets its way. Full story...
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Wave considers car fee to finance beach buses

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videoNew Hanover County's public transportation could be getting closer to making waves at the beach. The Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority is considering charging residents more to have a car to help finance new bus routes to the beach towns. Full story...
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City, county celebrate new bus transfer station

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Seven years of work has finally paid off. The region's first indoor bus transfer facility is here. Full story...
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Wave to test two-way trolley downtown

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After receiving feedback from downtown businesses and organizations, Wave Transit will modify the downtown Wilmington trolley route on a trial basis starting Monday. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Car owners would pay for Wave's beach bus plan

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video Years ago the main way to get from Wilmington to Wrightsville Beach was by trolley. If Wave Transit gets its way, the Beach Car may again roll to the ocean, but it would come at a price. Full story...
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UPDATE: Wave Transit cancels service due to Winter Storm Warning

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All Wave Transit bus routes are canceled, and Wave Transit offices are closed. Full story...
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Commissioner looking for ways to pay for Wave

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Paying for Wave transit could hit your wallet a little harder, even if you do not ride the bus. Full story...
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Wave Transit offers free fares, trip to ballgame Saturday

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In an effort to demonstrate the importance of public transportation, while improving the environment for the citizens of the City of Wilmington, New Hanover County, and all of Southeastern North Carolina, Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority will be sponsoring the 4th Annual Alternative Transportation Day on Saturday. Full story...
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Wave Transit eyes trolley system for Port City

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A new proposal may have the Port City looking more like the San Francisco Bay area. County commissioners heard a Wave Transit proposal that would bring a trolley system to Wilmington in the next few years. Full story...
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