RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation has completed the long-range transportation plan update, NC Moves 2050, and there’s now an interactive way for people to explore the plan online.
MOREHEAD CITY — Morehead City emergency crews responded Tuesday to two motor vehicle collisions on Bridges Street, both within an hour of each other and less than half a mile apart.
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ATLANTIC BEACH — The Interstate 42 extension is still coming, and Atlantic Beach officials want more coordinated planning with other municipalities and Carteret County officials.
BEAUFORT — The Carteret County-Beaufort Airport Authority Thursday approved the creation of a business manager position to handle day-to-day operations at the Michael J. Smith Field Airport.
RALEIGH — North Carolina communities interested in participating in the 2021 Watch for Me N.C. Program safety program have until Monday, Feb. 1 to submit applications to the Governor’s Highway Safety Program.
RALEIGH — The N.C. Department of Transportation and N.C. Department of Health and Human Services announced a new partnership Thursday helping get residents to and from COVID-19 vaccination sites.
CARTERET COUNTY — The N.C. Department of Transportation’s recent money troubles could follow the department for years to come, with officials expecting ongoing budget shortfalls and limited funding available for the 2023-32 State Transportation Improvement Program.
RALEIGH — Seventeen short-line railroads, including one in Carteret County, will soon be making infrastructure improvements thanks to approximately $16.7 million in matching grant funds being awarded as part of the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Freight Rail and Rail Crossing Safety Imp…
EMERALD ISLE — There are approximately 1,250 golf carts registered for use on Emerald Isle streets, and all of those registrations expire Saturday.
CEDAR ISLAND — The N.C. Department of Transportation has reported six employees on the Pamlico Sound ferry route between Cedar Island and Ocracoke have tested positive for COVID-19.
RALEIGH — To help reduce bicycle injuries and deaths, the N.C. Department of Transportation is encouraging people to apply to receive free bicycle helmets as part of an annual initiative the agency conducts.
BEAUFORT — Despite some setbacks at various stages of construction, the fuel farm project at Michael J. Smith Field Airport is on schedule to be complete by mid-February.
BEAUFORT — Crews will close Carteret Avenue in Beaufort for roadwork beginning Monday and continuing through Friday.
EMERALD ISLE — Work that had been scheduled to begin Nov. 14 to extend the life of the Emerald Isle high-rise bridge did not start as scheduled and is now set to commence Tuesday, Dec. 1, Town Manager Matt Zapp said Tuesday.
PELETIER — A section of a Carteret County highway is scheduled to close next week while N.C. Department of Transportation crews replace a storm drainage pipe.
EMERALD ISLE — The long-delayed repair and improvement work on the high-rise bridge to the western Carteret County mainland is expected to start soon, according to Town Manager Matt Zapp.
NEWPORT — A petition requesting traffic lights at a Highway 70 intersection has gained more 1,280 signatures.
BEAUFORT — As several projects to upgrade facilities at Michael J. Smith Field Airport get underway, airport officials hope to attract new customers with a marketing plan that includes a soon-to-be-launched website.
RALEIGH — The N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program has teamed up with law enforcement, traffic safety officials and vehicle crash survivors to remind everyone of the dangers of drunk driving.
NEWPORT — Hibbs Road will be partially closed for construction this week, first at the intersection with Highway 70 beginning Tuesday, then at the Highway 24 intersection Wednesday.
RALEIGH — Drones are the N.C. Department of Transportation newest tool in maintaining the safety of the state’s bridges and other infrastructure.
RALEIGH — A survey that launched Friday is the last chance for the public to comment on draft recommendations that will be used to finalize the state’s 30-year transportation plan.
BEAUFORT — Visually impaired resident Peter Crumley uses a white cane or a leader dog to safely cross streets in his town.
BEAUFORT — The Carteret County-Beaufort Airport Authority has awarded a contract to Crystal Coast Aviation to remain the fixed-base operator at Michael J. Smith Field Airport for at least another five years.