The N.C.12 task force subcommittee is set this week to discuss issues with highway and transportation facilities in Dare and Hyde counties.
A new task force has been formed to address problem areas on N.C. 12, especially on Hatteras and Ocracoke islands.
A projected 20,000 metric tons of chipped railroad ties are to be exported in what is being called a “test shipment” to Honduras in the coming days.
NCDOT expects the 2.4 mile-long “jug handle” bridge to open in late 2021 or early 2022.
NCDOT is urging motorists traveling along N.C. 12 south of the Marc Basnight Bridge in Dare County to drive carefully because of standing water.
Transportation officials are set to host an online meeting to update the public on the ongoing Rodanthe “jug handle” bridge project.
The 15-minute road closure Tuesday afternoon on the Marc Basnight Bridge has been postponed to again from Wednesday to Thursday.
In only the third update to its stormwater design manual since the late ’90s, the N.C. Department of Transportation is embracing more nature-based tools to reduce flooding and improve water quality.
The state Department of Transportation is getting ready for the busy season on Ocracoke by increasing ferry trips to and from the island starting May 25.
The Ocracoke Waterways Commission’s meeting May 18 will focus on the NCDOT proposal to relocate the South Ferry Dock.
The Outer Banks National Scenic Byway has been awarded the 2021 Community Byway Award from the National Scenic Byway Foundation.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation has awarded contracts to replace two bridges and improve another in Beaufort County.
An unresolved lawsuit is pushing the expected start of construction of the proposed mid-Currituck bridge until late 2023.
Finding solutions for imperiled N.C. 12, including the ferry terminal at Ocracoke Island’s north end, is a “top priority,” an NCDOT official told the Coastal Resources Commission.
The Coastal Resources Commission is expected to discuss erosion issues at the South Dock ferry terminal on Ocracoke Island when it meets Wednesday.
NCDOT’s Ferry Division has resumed its full schedule for Pamlico Sound routes connecting Ocracoke to Cedar Island and Swan Quarter.