NCDOT repairing roads and bridges after Hurricane Matthew

Oct 31, 2016

Flooding, downed trees and wash outs were reported across eastern North Carolina during Hurricane Matthew prompting dozens of road closures in our region.  It’s been nearly three weeks since the storm, and crews with the North Carolina Department of Transportation have been out in full force making repairs to roads and bridges.  Some of the highways have reopened, others will remain closed for some time.   Jared Brumbaugh spoke with State DOT Secretary Nick Tennyson about repair efforts underway.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation's Travel Information System provides real time information on events that cause severe and unusual congestion on NCDOT maintained roadways in North Carolina.  Click the link below, choose a region, route or county from the drop down list below to view the latest travel information. 

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