Calendar & Events
The North Carolina General Assembly mandated the NCDOT to conduct an economic assessment studying various ways of paying for improvements to I-95, and how each of those methods of payment would impact the corridor economically. NCDOT is not making a formal recommendation based on the study, rather sharing all information gathered with the public. The next step in the process is to present the findings and all data to the General Assembly. The General Assembly will then take that information and direct NCDOT how to proceed.
2013 ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT MEETINGS
NCDOT held four public meetings in communities along the Interstate 95 corridor for attendees to learn about the results of the I-95 Economic Assessment, as well as the next steps in the process of improving the highway. Locations listed below. Click here to view/download fact sheets and related meeting materials.
Tuesday, May 14 - Wilson, NC
Monday, May 20 - Lumberton, NC
Tuesday, May 21 - Weldon, NC
Final Economic Assessment report documentation is available for you to read and download here.
2012 PUBLIC HEARINGS
Thanks again to all who came out and visited with us. We heard from over 4,000 of you and have compiled all your comments and questions, which we are using to help shape the study. We have developed an updated list of Frequently Asked Questions based on your feedback.
Traffic Maps/Levels of Service
- February 7, 2012 - Robeson County
County Study Improvements Map (20.11MB)
- February 13, 2012 - Halifax/Northampton Counties
County Study Improvements Map (15.38MB)
- February 16, 2012 - Nash County
County Study Improvements Map (21.21MB)
- February 20, 2012 - Johnston County
County Study Improvements Map (30.41MB)
- February 21, 2012 - Wilson County
County Study Improvements Map (15.46MB)
- February 23, 2012 - Harnett County
County Study Improvements Map (18.84MB)
- February 27, 2012 - Cumberland County
County Study Improvements Map (23.25MB)