Open House Public Meeting


 Oct. 24, 2022

The Farm at I-95

215 Batten Road, Selma 

 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

There was no formal presentation

Project Overview

Bridges will be replaced and other modifications will be made as shown below.

Pittman Road (Exit 101)

  • Replacement of bridge over I-95

  • Realignment of ramps to meet current standards

  • Realignment of Bertie Heights Road, Seafood House Road and Batten Road (S.R. 2329), removing their connections with the I-95 exit ramps

  • Creation of a cul-de-sac on St. Stephens Road and Little Creek Farm Road/Windermere Road removing their connections with the I-95 ramps

East Main Street (Exit 102) 

  • Replacement of bridge over I-95

  • Realignment of ramps to meet current standards

  • Realignment of St. Stephens Road removing its connection with the I-95 ramp

Bagley Road (Exit 105) 

  • Replacement of bridge over I-95

  • Realignment of ramps to meet current standards

The three interchange bridges are functionally obsolete.  A functionally obsolete bridge can no longer meet the demands of the traffic using it. These bridges are safe but need to be improved or replaced due to narrow lanes, low height clearances or have posted weight limits.   

    Project Maps

    Click on the links or the thumbnails below to view or download the maps. 

    Pittman Road (Exit 101) 

    Two alternatives are being considered at Pittman Road

    Two Alternatives are being considered

    Alternative 1

    Alternative 1 proposes to use stop signs and conventional intersections where the ramps and service roads meet Pittman Road

    Pittman Road (Exit 101)

    Two alternatives are being considered at Pittman Road


    Alternative 2 proposes 5-way roundabouts connecting Pittman Road, the I-95 ramps, and service roads.

     Map 4:    

    Bagley Road (Exit 105)

    Roadway Typical Section Bagley Road

     Roadway Typical Section Bagley Road Bridge

     RoadwayTypical Section Johnston

     Bridge Typical Section  Exit 102 Johnston - Wellons Street

     Roadway Typical Section Exit 102 - Micro Road

    Roadway Typical Section Exit 102 - E. Main / Micro Road Bridge


    Roadway Typical Section Exit 102 - Main Street

    Roadway Typical Section Exit 102 - Frontage Road

    Roadway Typical Section I-95

    Roadway Typical Section Pittman Road

    Roadway Typical Section Pittman Road Bridge Alternative 1

    Roadway Typical Section Pittman Road Bridge Alternative 2


    ​The N.C. Department of Transportation builds roundabouts to improve safety for drivers,​ pedestrians and bicyclists. They also help reduce the congestion and backups more typical of traditional intersections with stop signs and traffic signals.  A driver generally enters the roundabout more quickly than if waiting at a traffic signal. In addition, the modern roundabout is much smaller than older traffic circles and requires vehicles to travel at lower speeds (15-20 mph), making them safer than traffic circles. Additionally, the slower speeds make it easier for a driver to find a gap of traffic inside the roundabout before safely entering it.​

    To view information on how to navigate roundabouts in North Carolina click here.

    Project Funding:



      Project Development & Design

    $       420,000

      Right-of-Way Acquisition

    $   1,500,000

      Construction Cost

    $ 15,000,000

      Total Cost

     $ 16,920,000 

            *Costs as shown in currently adopted STIP, subject to change

    Project Timeline:



    Public Meeting

    October 2022    

    Right-of-Way Acquisition Begins

    June 2024    

    Construction Begins

    November 2028    

    * Future dates subject to change. 


    NCDOT accepts comments throughout all planning, design, and construction phases of project development.

    All comments will be taken into consideration, and carry equal weight, regardless of submittal method.

    Comments for consideration during the current phase of project development were submitted by November 28, 2022.

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    Chad Coggins

    Project Engineer

    NCDOT Highway Division 4

    PO Box 3165

    Wilson, NC  27895


    Emaly Simone

    Environmental Planner

    Michael Baker Engineering

    8000 Regency Parkway, Suite 600

    Cary, NC  27518


    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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