Yep, while Raleigh, Charlotte and other metro areas sit in traffic congestion, word comes today that another bypass project in Eastern North Carolina (Camden County to be exact) has been completed.
Construction is virtually complete on a section of U.S. 17 that
establishes a four-lane highway from Camden County to points west.
Construction began in February 2006 and was completed five months
early. The project was originally scheduled to be done three years from
Strangely, it was first reported in the Virginian-Pilot. I guess our equity formula is so screwed up that we’re building more roads to benefit Virginians than we do North Carolinians.
And how about that completion date! Way to go DOT! Completing a road originally scheduled to take 5 years in 2 years. I wonder if that happens in any other parts of the state?