RALEIGH — On a Tuesday in June, mothers who lost children to distracted driving took a minute to speak. The mothers stood alongside N.C. lawmakers, who are pushing for legislation requiring drivers to put down their phones.

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RALEIGH — The NC FIRST Commission, whose focus is to evaluate the state’s current and future transportation investment needs and strategies, will hold its second public meeting Friday.

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Tuesday, 09 July 2019 21:25

4 Richmond County roads get names

ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday gave approval for the renaming of four roads along the U.S. 220-Interstate 73/74 corridor.

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JACKSONVILLE — The Marine Corps Air Station New River played host Monday to the annual North Carolina Governor’s Highway Safety Program Statewide Fourth of July ‘Booze It & Lose it’ campaign, dubbed "Operation Firecracker."

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RALEIGH — To ensure the most efficient travel for North Carolina drivers over the July 4 holiday, the N.C. Department of Transportation will suspend most road construction projects that cause lane closures on major routes across the state.

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HATTERAS — The Motor Vessel Rodanthe, the North Carolina Ferry System’s first new vehicle ferry in seven years, was christened today at a ceremony in Hatteras. The event also included a celebration of the Ocracoke Express Passenger Ferry’s inaugural season, which began May 20 and has already served more than 10,000 passengers.

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RALEIGH — State transportation officials recently awarded a contract that will improve driving conditions along sections of I-73/74 in Montgomery and Richmond counties.

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RALEIGH — Safety and accessibility will be improved along the intermodal rail corridor between the Port of Wilmington and Charlotte, thanks to a grant awarded (Wednesday).

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RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to be safe at railroad crossings as part of today’s International Level Crossing Awareness Day, or ILCAD 2019. 

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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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