Project Overview

The proposed project would convert the existing U.S. 17 (Ocean Highway)/N.C. 211 (Southport Supply Road Southeast) at-grade intersection to a grade-separated interchange. 

Public Involvement

Public Meeting:

A public meeting was held on Thursday, May 16, 2019 to present project maps and receive public input.



   May 16, 2019

Brunswick Senior Center

101 Stone Chimney Road

Supply, NC 28462   

  Begin Time

  5 p.m.

  End Time

  7 p.m.


Public Meeting Map:

U.S. 17 at N.C. 211 Intersection Map



Project History

In June 2018, four concepts were shown to local officials and stakeholders. Following the close of the comment period, all input received was reviewed along with potential impacts and traffic operations. Based on this review, the project team revised the options displayed at the stakeholder meeting and developed the recommended alternative.  The recommended alternative is a diamond interchange with the addition of a loop in quadrant A to carry traffic from northbound N.C. 211 to southbound U.S. 17.  Both U.S. 17 and N.C. 211 are proposed to remain within the existing alignments.

Project Timeline: 




   Preferred Alternative Selection

   Fall 2018

   Public Meeting

   May 2019

   Environmental Document Completion

   Fall 2019






* Future dates are preliminary and subject to change


Project Funding: 

This project is listed as Project No. U-5932 in the N.C. Department of Transportation's State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) and is funded for $50.4 million.  


 Estimated Amount*


    $ 44,278,463

   Construction Costs

    $ 29,200,000

   Total Cost

  $ 73,478,463

* Estimated costs are subject to change. Based on NCDOT STIP.


Project Comments: 

The project comment period closed on June 17, 2019. All comments will be taken into consideration as the project progresses.


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Project Contact Information:

                 Brian Harding, PE 

                 NCDOT Division 3 Project Manager   

                 5501 Barbados Blvd.   

                 Castle Hayne, NC 28429  


                 (910) 341-2000       



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.  

Right-of-Way Brochure Single Page Layout      Folleto del Proceso de Adquisición de Bienes Raíces
Right-of-Way Frequently Asked Questions

Right of way Acquisition Process Videos

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