The Outer Banks town was selected for federal funding for its proposed living shoreline and highway resiliency project.
The Cherry Branch-Minnesott Beach ferry route will continue to run on an adjusted schedule through Jan. 17 due to COVID-19 cases and exposures.
Southern Shores town council is taking some short-term steps to push along the proposed mid-Currituck bridge, which has been the held up in a yearslong legal battle.
The new “jug handle” bridge bypassing the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge is set to open early this year.
The Cherry Branch-Minnesott Beach ferry route will be on an alternate schedule Jan. 6-10 because of COVID-19 exposure and cases among employees.
NCDOT has awarded a $20 million contract for safety and operational improvements to Colington Road in Dare County.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation was nationally recognized for the Marc Basnight Bridge and completed several projects along the coast in 2021.
Currituck-Knotts Island and Hatteras-Ocracoke ferry routes are on a modified schedule this week due to COVID-19 cases and exposures among the staff.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of NCDOT and Federal Highway Administration over a lawsuit filed by conservation groups and a local organization opposed to the proposed mid-Currituck bridge.
Dare County Waterways Commission members have heard from fishermen and boat captains that the recent dredging of Hatteras Inlet’s South Ferry Channel improved navigation.
Cherry Branch-Minnesott Beach, Hatteras-Ocracoke, Southport-Fort Fisher and Currituck-Knotts Island ferry routes will be on a reduced schedule Dec. 24-25.
Nonprofits in North Carolina and Ohio that celebrate aviation history are joining together to celebrate Friday the 118th anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ first flight.
Shallotte and Wilmington have been selected for state grants to help with bicycle and pedestrian planning.
NCDOT expects to open in early 2022 the nearly complete “jug handle” bridge that will connect the southern portion of Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge to northern Rodanthe.
The North Carolina Ferry Division and university researchers are studying possible ways for alternative energy to power the state’s 21 ferries.
NCDOT officials and engineers will share an update on the project’s progress and answer questions.