Folks at the North Carolina Department of Transportation have a pretty realistic attitude about how commuters feel when it comes to “Crawleigh.”
“I think they're saying, ‘Ugh,’" said Leah Friedman, communications specialist at DOT.
That’s because the massive traffic project will be a complete re-do of the 11-mile stretch of I-40 between U.S. 1 and 264. It will take almost three years to complete.
So what exactly is DOT doing to fix the roads, and how will this affect you?
NBC-17 traffic reporter Page Crawford explains Wednesday morning on NBC-17 Today, starting at 4:30 p.m.
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