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Wrightsville Beach bridge work starts Sunday

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Just in time for the post-Easter rush and the Azalea Festival, the Department of Transportation will start working on the Wrightsville Beach drawbridge Sunday night. Full story...
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Cape Fear Transportation Plan for next 25 years - "Cape Fear Commutes 2035"

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video Do you live, work, or travel in the Cape Fear region? If so, then Cape Fear Commutes 2035 wants to hear what you think. Over the past two years they've been identifying and analyzing the biggest traffic jams, missing transportation links, and opportunities for transportation improvements in the Wilmington area. Now is the time to see what they've been up to. Full story...
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Cape Fear Commutes to present transportation plan

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If you've ever complained about traffic or a type of traffic pattern in the Cape Fear region, then Cape Fear Commutes wants to hear from you. Full story...
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Wilmington Bypass work to resume soon

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Work is scheduled to start soon on another section of the Wilmington Bypass. The state awarded a nearly $82 million contract today to build a six-mile section of I-140 in Brunswick County with the help of some federal stimulus money. Full story...
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Ticketed bus driver not oldest in county

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video Last week's school bus accident involving 80-year-old bus driver Otis Hames raised some concerns on our website. According to New Hanover County Schools, Hames is not the only bus driver in his 80s. Now some lawmakers say maybe the laws should be changed. Full story...
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Crews already busy ahead of storm

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video In New Hanover County crews have been on a 24-hour operation at the main DOT facility in Castle Hayne since early yesterday morning. Full story...
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Governor fills SENC spot on Transportation Board

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Jacksonville business owner Mike Alford was sworn in this morning at the board's monthly meeting in Raleigh. Full story...
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Regional planners move on without Wilson

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A Wilmington developer tied to the federal indictment of a former Mike Easley aide is out of another job. Today the Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Organization picked a new chair to replace Lanny Wilson. Full story...
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Wilson quits Turnpike Authority; WMPO looks for new leader

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Lanny Wilson resigned today as Vice Chair of the North Carolina Turnpike Authority. Wilson also serves as chairman of the board for the Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Prganization or WMPO. Full story...
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Wilson quits Transportation Board; Easley aide indicted

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Former Easley aide Ruffin Poole faces 51 criminal counts. Full story...
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State aboard plan to bring rail to Port City

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videoPlanes, trains and automobiles, that's how we get from place to place. For the Port City, transportation is more than just getting around. It's part of what put our city on the map. Full story...
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Representatives from transportation industry meet in Wilmington

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Representatives from various transportation industries around the country are gathered in Wilmington. Among the industries represented are ports, rail systems, airports, and transit systems. Full story...
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NC Board of Transportation hands over authority to transportation secretary

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Thursday the board gave Transportation Secretary Gene Conti the authority to decide whether to award 18 million dollars in highway projects in eight counties. Full story...
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NC transportation official says stimulus package will only help the state break even

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North Carolina's top transportation official said the proposed federal stimulus package could provide $900 million for the state's transportation projects. Full story...
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New Hanover getting transportation money

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New Hanover County will receive nearly $5 million from the Transportation Board for travel improvements. Full story...
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