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Transportation

Winter weather does not mean snow day for all

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videoAs wintry weather impacted the region this morning, many businesses and schools were forced to closed, but some people still had to drive in the conditions in Brunswick County as they headed into Wilmington for work. Full story...
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DOT can't salt roads, Highway Patrol and drivers prep for winter weather

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video Highway Patrol, the Department of Transportation and residents are preparing for winter weather on Tuesday. Full story...
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Surf City bridge work planned Sunday

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video Starting Sunday afternoon, workers with the NC DOT will be closing lanes in each direction of the swing bridge going into Surf City. Full story...
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Rep. Rouzer meets with county leaders

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videoPender County residents and local officials met with House Representative David Rouzer Thursday to discuss county concerns. Full story...
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Lanes reduced on CFM bridge due to icy conditions

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videoWilmington police say the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge will be reduced to one lane in both directions due to icing on the bridge's metal span that's caused several crashes. Full story...
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Inland counties prepare for winter weather potential

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video As the winter storm moves closer to the area, the NC Department of Transportation gears up to make sure roads will be safe. Full story...
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Gov. McCrory visits Leland manufacturing business, talks jobs

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video Governor Pat McCrory spent the day in Brunswick County talking about big industries, transportation and film. Full story...
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ILM getting new flights to top airports

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videoAir travelers will soon have more options at Wilmington International Airport. The airport announced today three more flights to a couple of top destinations. Full story...
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New road for community on top of transportation bond list

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videoWith only one way in and out, the Love Grove community knows all too well that infrastructure in Wilmington is in desperate need of a facelift. But that is about to change and a new street is going to be put in, thanks to the Transportation Bond that passed in the November 2014 election. Full story...
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NC Chamber: State will fall behind if roads not improved

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North Carolina business leaders say the state will face serious problems such as increased joblessness if politicians don't develop a strategy for funding transportation needs. The N.C. Chamber's president and chief executive officer Lew Ebert said at a news conference Wednesday the state has no strategy to fund a $65 billion gap in transportation needs over the next 25 years. Full story...
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