MilestoneEstimated Amount*
Prior Years Cost  $           750,000
Utilities  $        1,318,000
Property Acquisition  $      10,982,000
Construction Costs  $      31,920,000
Total Cost  $      44,970,000

* Estimated Costs as shown in Current 2018-2027 STIP and are subject to change


Milestone       Date*
Cultural Resources SurveysSpring 2018
Public Meeting  No. 1January 2018
Public Meeting No. 2July 2018
Public Meeting No. 3March 2019
Traffic Forecasts and Capacity AnalysisSpring 2019
Natural Resource StudiesSpring 2019
Environmental Assessment (EA)/ Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) complete **TBD
Right of Way AcquisitionJanuary 2027
ConstructionJanuary 2040

* Future Dates are subject to change 

** Represents completion of planning phase


Please provide your comments on the project. You can provide comments by use of the link at the bottom of this page or by emailing either of the project contacts listed below. 

The NCDOT project team will review all feedback – regardless of how it is submitted (online, phone, email, or letter) – and explore options to incorporate and address concerns where and when feasible.  Over 230 comments and 2 petitions have been submitted to date.NCDOT will continue to develop the project and present progress throughout the planning stage.


A public meeting to present basic project information and receive feedback was held January 11, 2018.   A second public meeting to present design concepts and receive feedback was held Thursday, July 12, 2018.   A third public meeting was held Wednesday, March 20, 2019.



Links to maps that were presented at the March 20, 2019 Public Meeting are below:


Public Meeting Maps presented at the July 12, 2018 meeting are available by clicking the links below:

Gladys Teasley   (Eliminated)

Old Murdoch - No Wall   (Eliminated)

Old Murdoch - With Wall

Sam Garner 

The Public Meeting Map displayed at the January 11, 2018 meeting is available by clicking this link:   

Public Meeting Map


The public comment period closed on April 22, 2019.  



Hon Yeung, PE

NCDOT Project Engineer

NCDOT Division 2

P.O. Box 1587

Greenville, NC  27835


[email protected]


Although the N.C. Department of Transportation works to minimize the number of homes and businesses displaced by a road project, it is inevitable, in many cases, that a certain amount of private property is needed. The following information explains right of way acquisition and answers questions about the process.  


Relocation Assistance Brochure                                      Asistencia para Reubicación      
Right-of-Way Acquisition Process Brochure                Folleto del Proceso de Adquisición de Bienes Raíces
Right-of-Way Frequently Asked Questions

Question title

As we begin work, gathering information from the public is important. Are there any comments or questions you would like to submit at this time?

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