The demolition of the damaged Smith Creek span permanently closed since May is set to begin Monday.
N.C. 12, the Outer Banks’ major highway, could become impassible over the weekend from ocean overwash as a coastal low moves along the coast.
Other state ferry schedules could be affected this weekend because of an expected strong storm with heavy rain and winds.
NCDOT is asking the public to fill out a 15-minute survey on the agency’s performance and ways to improve service.
The Hatteras-Ocracoke ferry route switches Tuesday to the off-season winter schedule, with fewer daily departures from each island.
NCDOT has awarded a nearly $4 million contract to a Raleigh-based paving company to repair more than 23 miles of roads in Currituck County.
OSHA has proposed penalties against the lead contractor for the Bonner Bridge demolition project for two violations related to the death of a welder earlier this year.
NCDOT will begin Monday replacing a nearly century-old bridge crossing Pungo Creek in Beaufort County.
NCDOT has resumed a project on hold since last year to extend the lifespan of the B. Cameron Langston Bridge.
Contract crews will begin working at night this week to accelerate the replacement of two bridges to and from Harkers Island in Carteret County.
Airports in Hyde, Dare and Carteret counties will receive grant funding for safety and various improvements.
The Department of Transportation has turned to researchers at N.C. State University to test girders from the demolished Bonner Bridge to improve tomorrow’s bridge designs.
Ocracoke ferry routes will transition to the fall schedule next week.
Airports in Dare, Carteret and Hyde counties have been approved for state and federal funding to improve safety and customer service.
Marc Basnight Bridge will be closed to traffic from 10:30-11 a.m. Tuesday while NCDOT performs a high-resolution scan.
The Hatteras-Ocracoke ferry route is on a reduced schedule starting Friday and the Currituck-Knotts Island ferry route will be suspended Saturday through Monday while the staff support the Hatteras-Ocracoke route temporarily short-staffed due to COVID-19.