RALEIGH — With summer right around the corner, residents and visitors in North Carolina will be taking to the skies in record numbers with their personal drones.

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RALEIGH — A statewide ‘Click it or Ticket’ campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of being an unbelted occupant in a vehicle, got underway at the North Carolina State Highway Patrol training track in Raleigh Monday. 

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HATTERAS — Starting Monday, people traveling between Hatteras and Ocracoke Village will have a new travel option. In addition to the car ferries that already serve the popular route, visitors will have the Ocracoke Express passenger-only ferry as an option.

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PINEHURST — State transportation officials have identified a pair of Moore County intersections for future upgrades.

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GARNER — The statewide "Speed A Little. Lose A Lot." campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of speeding is underway, which not only means water-cooler and dinner table discussions about the simple truths about speeding, but increased law enforcement and driver checkpoints.

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GOLDSBORO — North Carolina transportation officials today reopened the last road in the state that had been closed since Hurricane Florence struck last fall.

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RALEIGH — A record number of children, 3,320 total, across the state will be receiving lifesaving bicycle helmets through the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Bicycle Helmet Initiative, part of ongoing efforts to reduce bicycle injuries and deaths in North Carolina.

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RALEIGH – This week, the North Carolina Department of Transportation and the Women’s Transportation Seminars will host the annual “Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day” program. The event is designed to inform sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school with a passion for engineering or a STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subject about an exciting career in a typically male-dominated field. 

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GARNER — New tools are at the disposal of North Carolina Department of Transportation contractors around the state, and they’re not being used to construct roadways, but save the lives of countless workers.

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RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation is encouraging residents and leaders to participate in a brief survey on potential impacts to transportation in North Carolina. The input will be used to help develop and prioritize strategies for NCDOT to proactively address future challenges.

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