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Residents get first look at Heide Trask Drawbridge replacement proposals

There to get a better understanding of far-reaching proposals that could have significant impact on traffic, business and the way-of-life in Wrightsville Beach, nearly...

NCDOT concepts for replacing Trask Drawbridge in Wrightsville Beach

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is hosting a meeting today in Wrightsville Beach to present and discuss proposals to replace the Heide Trask...

NCDOT report shows possible replacement plans for Trask Drawbridge into Wrightsville Beach

The drawbridge connecting Wrightsville Beach to Wilmington could be a part of the past in design concepts that are part of a North Carolina...

Residents voice concerns to NCDOT over proposed Eastwood Road overpass

A major change is coming to the intersection of Eastwood and Military Cutoff roads, and dozens of the area’s residents and business owners had...

Eastwood and Military Cutoff interchange plans altered, meeting set

By Daja Terry Intern With a proposed 23-acre residential development working its way through Wilmington's approval process, the state's transportation department is modifying its plans for...

Residents petition Wrightsville Beach board for Waynick speed limit change

A Wrightsville Beach resident delivered to the town’s board of aldermen a petition signed by 180 people requesting a speed limit change on Waynick Boulevard. The petition...

River Road now Open in New Hanover County

Wilmington-area drivers are now able to travel on a new and better bridge over Lords Creek on River Road. The new bridge, which officially...

NCDOT work to cause lane closures on Wrightsville Beach Causeway bridge

Beginning the night of Monday, June 4, the North Carolina Department of Transportation will be conducting maintenance work on the south bridge over Banks...

Proposed Military Cutoff development The Avenue approved by Wilmington Planning Commission

A proposed large-scale mixed-used development on 44.1 acres of land on Military Cutoff Road called The Avenue was approved by Wilmington’s Planning Commission at...

Wilmington Mayor Saffo highlights transportation in State of City speech

By Lena Moriarty Intern During an address that laid out several of the projects scheduled to be started in 2018, Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo said in...

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