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NCDOT Updates Council on Lewisville-Clemmons Road Project

In the May 15 special meeting of the Village Council, Pat Ivey (area NCDOT engineer) and representatives of the engineering firm Kimley Horn provided an update on the Lewisville-Clemmons Road project (“aka The Median”). 849 more words

NCDOT to begin herbicide spraying on Bodie Island

NAGS HEADS, N.C. – Contractors of the North Carolina Department of Transportation are less than a week away from beginning its herbicide-spraying on the Bodie Island Pond. 121 more words

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Escalating Battle Sizes in Fade

Asher always warns us to not talk to much about our deployments while they are in progress.  Talking about them… especially on Reddit… brings attention to the fact that there are decent, small scale fights happening somewhere in null sec regularly which gets other people to considering flying over to join in on the fun.  1,634 more words

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NCDOT holds drone workshop for Outer Banks community

OUTER BANKS, N.C. – Officials with the N.C. Department of Transportation held a drone workshop for members of the Outer Banks community on Thursday.

NCDOT’s Division of Aviation Unmanned Ariel Systems Program led the free workshop that had more the 130 in attendance. 143 more words

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New section of Greensboro Urban Loop to be complete later this month

GREENSBORO, N.C. — North Carolina Department of Transportation officials hoped to open the stretch of Interstate 840 from Bryan Boulevard to Battleground Avenue early next week. 299 more words

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Portions of NC-12 open after severe overnight overwash

NAGS HEAD, N.C. – Crews have cleared some of the overnight overwash that was at Pea Island, Mirlo and Ocracoke.

NC-12 is now back open to all traffic between the Bonner Bridge and Rodanthe. 69 more words

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North Carolina announces rural roadways safety initiative

RAGLEIGH, N.C. – The State of North Carolina has announced that is will be starting a rural roadways safety initiative.

The program is a partnership with the N.C. 351 more words

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