The Morrisville Planning and Zoning Board received an update on widening Aviation Parkway from Interstate 40 to N.C. 54 near downtown. The N.C. Department of Transportation will present final design this year.
About 100 employees at the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles headquarters in Raleigh would qualify for financial help from the state in moving to a new home if the DMV relocates to Rocky Mount, according to N.C. Department of Transportation.
A Lexington Co., NC school bus carrying elementary school students was in a head-on crash with a Ford Focus whose driver was hospitalized and might have been under the influence of alcohol, highway patrol said.
The federal government said Friday that it will provide up to $10 million to help the N.C. Department of Transportation build bridges to eliminate railroad crossings along the CSX railroad line in North Raleigh.
The Durham-Orange light-rail transit project planning could be submitted in April for a Federal Transit Administration grant and to meet a state funding deadline. Supporters are petitioning Duke to get on board.
The city of Raleigh is finishing a crosswalk on South Saunders Street and Pecan Street where a man was hit and killed by a car. The North Carolina Department of Transportation project wasn’t finished for months.
Pedestrians and cyclists will have a rare view on Saturday when they can stand in the middle of NC 12 and stare 90 feet down at the Outer Banks. The Bonner Bridge replacement will open to them for one day.
South Durham neighbors have filed a legal complaint against the City of Durham and GoTriangle, asking courts to render a City Council rezoning for a Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit yard to be null and void.
State Sen. Dan Blue says he and other members of the Wake County delegation will urge the Council of State not to approve a lease that would move the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles headquarters from Raleigh to Rocky Mount.
Students at Holly Grove Middle School have been named the North Carolina winner in the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow Contest with their project of making a sign for school bus stops that would flash when the bus is nearing the stop.
The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has sided with the N.C. Department of Transportation in a case brought by residents and property owners of the Outer Banks community of Rodanthe who want to stop a proposed N.C. 12 bridge around Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.