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Attention: North Carolina travelers this Memorial Day you should be safe

RALEIGH, Nc. – During Memorial Day weekend North Carolina plans to make their travelers safer and richer.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will suspend most road construction activities on major routes across the state. 292 more words

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Plans for new Rodanthe Bridge get green light to move forward

RODANTHE, N.C. (WAVY) — North Carolina received approval from the federal government Tuesday to move forward with plans to build the new Rodanthe Bridge.

The Federal Highway Administration’s approval of a revised version of the environmental assessment for the Rodanthe Bridge is a key step toward constructing a new, permanent bridge for N.C. 274 more words


Ferry funding from General Assembly needs a push

By Peter Vankevich

Hyde County Commissioner Benjamin Simmons III (Fairfield Township) said at the Feb. 1 commissioners meeting that if the General Assembly convening April 25 does not succeed in getting ferry replacement funding into the general transportation budget, a toll on the Hatteras ferry is likely. 496 more words


Video: NCDOT Clears Up Speed Limit Rumors

The NCDOT wants us to know that the posted speed limit is the law. There is no official “buffer zone” that allows you to drive a few miles over the speed limit. 71 more words


Shared by IRPO: NCDOT Awards 2016 Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Grants

Congratulations to the Town of Spindale on being awarded a 2016 Grant to conduct a bicycle and pedestrian plan for the Town!

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Groundbreaking set for Bonner Bridge replacement

Groundbreaking on the replacement to the aging Herbert C. Bonner Bridge over the Oregon Inlet is finally about to happen. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory will do the honors as part of a ceremony scheduled for Tuesday morning at 10am on the south side of the current span. 53 more words


NCDOT proposes noise walls for three miles of Greensboro urban loop

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Construction on the Greensboro Urban Loop should be complete by 2021. North Carolina Department of Transportation officials are hoping to make its presence easier on those who live nearby with noise walls. 330 more words