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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.

Drivers Will See New Directional Signs Along U.S. 29 Near Reidsville

The lane will be closed from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7, as workers dig holes and pour concrete around the steel supports for new signs.

Portion of Huffines Mill Road Closing as Crews Replace Aging Bridge with Culvert in Rockingham County

Work will begin at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1. The new bridge should be open by close of business on Wednesday, May 17.

Rockingham County to be Featured on UNC-TV This Friday at 8:30 p.m.

Rockingham County, NC (October 17, 2016)— Rockingham County will once again be featured on UNC-TV’s North Carolina Weekend show this Friday, October 21, 2016 at 8:30 p.m. The segment will highlight “Hayodan”—Mayodan’s hay bale festival –by showcasing a number of the hay bale sculptures and the people who created them. The segment will also include […]

Governor McCrory Proclaims May As Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Raleigh – Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month to encourage drivers to share the road with

NCDOT Contractor to Resurface a Section of Market Street in Greensboro, Forcing Lane Closures

GREENSBORO — Weather permitting, work will begin next week on an N.C. Department of Transportation project to mill and resurface a section of Market Street, closing a 1-mile portion of the roadway in both directions between Green Valley Road and Walker Avenue.

Portion of Mebane-Oaks Road to Close For Bridge Replacement in Orange County

GREENSBORO —N.C. Department of Transportation crews will close a section of Meban-Oakes Road between Nicks Road and Hebron Church Road in Mebane while workers replace the bridge over a tributary of Haw Creek.

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