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NCDOT Could Sign Deal In July For Next Toll Project, I-485 | WFAE

The toll-lane widening project that began construction on I-77 north of Charlotte this week won’t be the only one in the Charlotte area. Next up are toll lanes on I-485 in south Charlotte, from I-77 to US 74. 29 more words


McCrory To I-77 Toll Critics: Don't Turn To Me To Cancel Contract | WFAE

Some state lawmakers are stepping up efforts to halt the construction of toll lanes on I-77 north of Charlotte, as construction begins Monday. They called on Governor Pat McCrory Friday to cancel the project, but he wasted little time in rejecting the idea. 17 more words


I-77 toll lane construction starts Monday, company says | WFAE

The company hired to build and operate toll lanes on I-77 north of Charlotte says it will begin construction on the $648 million project this Monday, Nov. 18 more words


When and how will Hatteras ferry toll saga end?

Editors’ note: This is an update to an editorial printed in the November edition of the Ocracoke Observer. 

In the last couple of  weeks, Ocracoke residents and businesses have had to face the prospect once again of tolling the Hatteras car ferries. 1,260 more words


Interim bridge to be built on Pea Island

Dare County, N.C. (WTKR) – Work will start soon on a new interim bridge on Pea Island along N.C. 12.

A $14.3 million contract was awarded by the North Carolina Department of Transportation to T. 89 more words


Construction to begin soon on temporary Pea Island Bridge

DARE COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) — The North Carolina Department of Transportation says construction will begin soon on the new interim bridge along N.C. 12 at Pea Island in Dare County. 149 more words

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Work begins to repair damaged section of NC-12 in Kitty Hawk

Kitty Hawk, N.C. (WTKR) – Work began Tuesday to repair a section of NC-12 damaged during storms in early October.

Large sections of the Beach Road collapsed just north of the Black Pelican Restaurant near Milepost 4 after high tidal waves washed away a 700-foot long sand dune. 275 more words