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NCDOT suspends highway construction for July 4th

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RALEIGH, N.C. -

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is suspending most of its construction projects on the state's highways to help keep the July 4 holiday traffic flowing smoothly.
    
Starting at 4 p.m. Wednesday, most construction projects along interstate, North Carolina and U.S. routes will be suspended until 9 a.m.  Friday.
    
Construction work will continue on U.S. 1 just north of Southern Pines, U.S. 158 in Elizabeth City, I-73 in Guilford County and U.S. 17 Business in Jacksonville.
    
Motorists can get up-to-date travel information while they are traveling by calling 511 or visiting the transportation department's website at www.ncdot.gov .

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