A $3.6 million contract has been awarded to a Raleigh company to improve two sections of U.S. 64 totaling almost 12 miles in Tyrrell and Washington counties.
Daytime motorists should expect traffic delays now through Tuesday while traveling on the high-rise bridge between Morehead City and Radio Island.
The state Department of Transportation’s Ferry Division is accepting applications for a variety of summer positions on its Hatteras-Ocracoke route.
Southern Shores is one of 30 organizations in the state that will receive a rebate for a zero-emission vehicle charging station project, funded by the NC Volkswagen Mitigation Settlement Program.
Those who want to help keep state roadways litter free can volunteer for the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Spring Litter Sweep April 10-24.
There will be lane closures during the week March 1-18 while contractors conduct a routine condition inspection of the Marc Basnight Bridge.
Crews may begin work as early as late March and are expected to be complete by October on work to extend the life of two bridges in Pender and Duplin counties.
The Marc Basnight Bridge over Oregon Inlet is the first bridge in the state that the N.C. Department of Transportation has inspected using a drone.
The state Board of Transportation has approved three coastal airports to receive state and federal grants for safety and airfield improvement projects.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation awarded a contract to a state-based construction company to replace two bridges in Craven County.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is set to host an online meeting March 4 to give updates on the Rodanthe “Jug Handle” bridge project.
The Cape Fear RPO Transportation Advisory Committee has reelected Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams as chair and Whiteville Mayor Terry Mann as vice chair.
Planned deepening and widening of Wilmington harbor, the first project subject to a new fast-track federal process, was authorized in December, but the environmental review remains unfunded.
North Carolina Department of Transportation ferry routes in northeastern North Carolina were offline Thursday because of high winds.
The N.C. Department of Transportation has awarded a $3.9 million contract for road improvements in Chowan, Gates and Perquimans counties.
A virtual open house with information for the public on Wilmington’s proposed rail realignment project is online through Dec. 15.