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Camp Dan Valley Road Bridge Replacement in Rockingham County

REIDSVILLE – N.C. Department of Transportation contractors will begin work this week replacing the Camp Dan Valley Road Bridge that crosses Carroll Creek in Reidsville

Road Work and Lane Closure Suspensions Starting Friday to Accommodate Evacuees

RALEIGH – To aid with Hurricane Irma evacuations, starting Friday night at 7 p.m., NCDOT will suspend road work and lane closures on major highways that would impact traffic flow.

Labor Day Weekend Travel: Drive Smart by Planning Ahead

RALEIGH – Over Labor Day weekend, the N.C. Department of Transportation will stop most construction on major roadways statewide to help facilitate safer holiday travel.

Bridge Maintenance Work to Close Rockingham Lake Road Next Week

REIDSVILLE – N.C. Department of Transportation crews will begin work next week replacing two support beams under the Rockingham Lake Road bridge over Hogans Creek prompting a weeklong closure in Reidsville.

Score a Touchdown by Riding NC By Train to Panther Games

RALEIGH – It’s time for football! Get on board the train with other fans on the way to the game and skip the hassle of traffic and parking.

Pavement Marking Installations Require Weekend Closure on U.S. 29

The work will require alternating lane closures in both directions from 5 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Sunday, July 30, weather permitting.

Better Lighting Coming for Interstates and Major Highways Across North Carolina

RALEIGH – It will be a brighter drive along many interstates and major highways in North Carolina, as a result of a $30.8 million contract awarded by the N.C. Department of Transportation to upgrade more than 10,600 roadway light fixtures at more than 350 locations across the state.

New Bridge Brings New Commute for Drivers in Northern Rockingham County

The portion of road will be closed at 8 a.m. Monday, June 19, until work is complete on Friday, Oct. 27, weather permitting.

Governor Cooper Celebrates New Section of Interstate 73

Governor Cooper, Transportation Secretary Jim Trogdon and Board of Transportation Chair Michael Fox celebrated the project during a formal ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, June 9.

Portion of Future Interstate 73 Opening to Drivers On Friday, May 19

“The conception, execution and delivery of this project speaks to the Division and MPO’s evolving partnership that continues to make transportation better for the citizens of this region,” said Secretary Trogdon.

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