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Projects Under Construction

About Projects Under Construction
The projects in this section have been awarded contracts and are currently under construction. These projects are considered to be active work zones.

Alligator River Bridge (Tyrrell #7) US 64
Alligator River Bridge (Tyrrell #7) US 64 STIP Number:None
The project will rehab the existing drawbridge on US 64 over the Alligator River in Tyrrell/Dare County.
North Carolina Bridge Information
North Carolina Bridge Information STIP Number:None
The N.C. Department of Transportation currently maintains 12,712 bridges across North Carolina, ranking our state as 13th in the nation for the highest number of state-maintained bridges.
Wrightsville Beach Bridge
Wrightsville Beach Bridge
NCDOT is rehabilitating the bridge on U.S. 76/74 as you travel into Wrightsville Beach.

Projects In Development

About Projects In Development
Planning and/or design is underway for these projects. They are generally less than 10 years from right-of-way acquisition or construction. Planning includes examining multiple alternatives and analyzing environmental effects.

Not every project in development will receive funding for right of way or construction. However, planning studies indicate NCDOT is seriously considering implementing the project.

Bonner Bridge Replacement
Bonner Bridge Replacement STIP Number:B-2500
The Bonner Bridge Replacement Project will replace the existing bridge over Oregon Inlet in Dare County and provide for the long-term retention of N.C. 12 between Oregon Inlet and Rodanthe.
Cape Fear Crossing
Cape Fear Crossing STIP Number:U-4738
New location roadway south of Wilmington, including a bridge over the Cape Fear River, from US 17 Bypass to US 421.
Evans Street/Old Tar Road Widening Project
Evans Street/Old Tar Road Widening Project STIP Number:U-2817
NCDOT proposes to widen Evans Street/Old Tar Road in Winterville and Greenville.
Fire Tower Road Proposed Extension
Fire Tower Road Proposed Extension STIP Number:U-5006
The North Carolina Department of Transportation proposes to extend Fire Tower Road (S.R. 1708) from the proposed Greenville Southwest Bypass to Memorial Drive (N.C. 11/903) in Pitt County, NC near the City of Greenville and the Town of Winterville.
Greenville Southwest Bypass Study
Greenville Southwest Bypass Study STIP Number:R-2250
NCDOT is preparing an engineering and environmental study to ease existing and anticipated traffic congestion on NC 11 (Memorial Drive) and Stantonsburg Road (SR 1467 and US 264 Business) through portions of Pitt County, Greenville.
Kinston Bypass Project
Kinston Bypass Project STIP Number:R-2553
The Kinston Bypass Project is approximately 12 miles in length from US 70 near LaGrange, in Lenoir County, to US 70 near Dover, in Craven County.
Long-Term Solutions for N.C. 12 Breaches
Long-Term Solutions for N.C. 12 Breaches STIP Number:B-2500 A,B
NCDOT is working to provide long-term solutions for the two breaches caused by Hurricane Irene in August 2011 along N.C. 12 on the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge and in Rodanthe.
Mid-Currituck Bridge Project
Mid-Currituck Bridge Project STIP Number:R-2576
The North Carolina Turnpike Authority (NCTA) proposes to build a toll bridge across Currituck Sound that would connect the mainland with the Outer Banks in Currituck County.
NC 12 Improvements South of Rodanthe
NC 12 Improvements South of Rodanthe STIP Number:R-4070 B; R-3116 A, B
NCDOT is working on proposed improvements to several sections of N.C. 12 on Hatteras and Ocracoke Islands in the Outer Banks.
Proposed Improvements to US 70/Gallants Channel Bridge
Proposed Improvements to US 70/Gallants Channel Bridge STIP Number:R-3307
NCDOT is proposing to replace the existing bascule bridge with a 65-foot fixed span bridge and widen US Highway 70 to 4-lanes with a median on new location.
Southeast High-Speed Rail
Southeast High-Speed Rail STIP Number:None
In 1992, the U.S. Department of Transportation designated five national high-speed rail corridors across the country. The original Southeast High Speed Rail Corridor - extending from Washington, D.C. through Richmond and Raleigh to Charlotte.
Topsail Island Bridge Replacement
Topsail Island Bridge Replacement STIP Number:B-4929
Build new bridge to replace the existing swing bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway on NC 50 / 210 in Surf City.
US 13 /US 158 Widening Project
US 13 /US 158 Widening Project STIP Number:R-2507A
In Hertford and Gates Counties, the Design-Build Project R-2507A widens U.S. 13 / U.S. 158 from U.S. 158 / N.C. 45 near Winton to the US 158 Bypass in Tarheel.
US 158 Widening Project
US 158 Widening Project STIP Number:R-2582, R-2584
The primary purpose of the proposed project is to improve traffic flow, increase safety, and to improve access to existing and potential future industry along the US 158 Corridor in Northampton County.
US 17 Business/NC 37 Improvements Project
US 17 Business/NC 37 Improvements Project STIP Number:R-4467
The purpose of this project is to continue to provide a direct, reliable route between downtown Hertford and the town of Winfall. The current route is experiencing significant deterioration and ongoing maintenance problems, jeopardizing its ability to provide reliable direct connectivity.
US 17 Hampstead Bypass
US 17 Hampstead Bypass STIP Number:U-4751, R-3300
The purpose of the project is to improve the traffic carrying capacity and safety of the US 17 and Market Street corridor in the project area.
US 64 Improvements
US 64 Improvements STIP Number:R-2544, R-2545
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has reinitiated a project study to evaluate widening of the 27.3-mile segment of US 64 from Columbia (in Tyrrell County) to US 264 (in Dare County near Manns Harbor).

Long-Range Studies

About Long-Range Studies
These are advanced planning studies that guide NCDOT's decision-making process and future improvements along a corridor or section of roadway. Projects resulting from these studies are generally at least 10 years or more from construction.

Long-range studies can help NCDOT determine which projects should be funded in the future. Even if a project has been the subject of a long-range study, planning studies must still be done before the project can be implemented.

Carolina Bays Parkway Extension Feasibility Study
Carolina Bays Parkway Extension Feasibility Study STIP Number:None
The Carolina Bays Parkway extension project involves the development of a new multilane full control of access highway facility. In South Carolina this facility will extend the CBP from SC 9 northerly approximately five miles to a logical terminus at the South Carolina / North Carolina State line.
I-74 Feasibility Study
I-74 Feasibility Study STIP Number:None
The I-74 corridor, as supported by the Governor of North Carolina, has been identified as a Strategic Highway Corridor (SHC) in the Statewide Transportation Plan adopted by the Board of Transportation on September 2, 2004.
I-95 Corridor Planning and Finance Study
I-95 Corridor Planning and Finance Study STIP Number:None
The NCDOT is working to determine how best to renew I-95 through our state. The I-95 Corridor Planning and Finance Study will provide the ideal approach for improved safety, connectivity and efficiency along this highway.
US 17 Corridor Study Report
US 17 Corridor Study Report STIP Number:None
Local and regional interest in protecting the integrity and maintaining the mobility of US 17 (Ocean Highway) in conjunction with ever increasing residential and commercial development in Brunswick County dictated the necessity of undertaking a detailed corridor study. Please note that this is a PDF file.
US 70 Corridor
US 70 Corridor STIP Number:None
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is currently undertaking multiple activities to improve passenger and freight movement along the US 70 Corridor from Raleigh to the State Port at Morehead City.