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Projects Under Construction

About Projects Under Construction
The projects in this section have been awarded contracts and are currently under construction. These projects are considered to be active work zones.

East End Connector
East End Connector STIP Number:U-0071
The East End Connector will provide a direct connection between the Durham Freeway (NC 147) and US 70 (Miami Boulevard)
Greensboro Urban Loop
Greensboro Urban Loop STIP Number:U-2524, U-2525
The Greensboro Urban Loop which is the proposed I-785/I-840 will help improve congestion on existing I-40, particularly in the area where I-40, I-85 Business and U.S. Routes 29, 70, 220 and 421 all run concurrently.
I-40 and I-77 Interchange Statesville
I-40 and I-77 Interchange Statesville STIP Number:I-3819A
The I-40 and I-77 interchange in Statesville is a critical intersection of North Carolina. Built in the late 1960s, the current configuration has outlived its original purpose.
N.C. 86/South Columbia Street Widening
N.C. 86/South Columbia Street Widening STIP Number:U-0624
This multi-modal project will widen and enhance a section of N.C. 86/South Columbia Street in Chapel Hill from Purefoy Road to Manning Drive.
North Carolina Bridge Information
North Carolina Bridge Information STIP Number:None
The N.C. Department of Transportation currently maintains 12,712 bridges across North Carolina, ranking our state as 13th in the nation for the highest number of state-maintained bridges.
Salem Creek Connector
Salem Creek Connector STIP Number:U-2925
NCDOT will construct a new 1.1-mile, four-lane road with a median from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive south of Winston-Salem State University to Rams Drive (formerly Stadium Drive) at the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.
Union Cross Road Widening Project
Union Cross Road Widening Project STIP Number:U-4909
The project will widen 4.2 miles of Union Cross Road in Winston-Salem and Kernersville from Sedge Garden Road north of I-40 to just south of U.S. 311.
US 64 Asheboro Bypass
US 64 Asheboro Bypass STIP Number:R-2536
The US 64 southern bypass of the Town of Asheboro with a connector to the North Carolina Zoological Park. The bypass begins between Stutts Road and Phillips Country Trail west of Asheboro and ends near Trogden Hill Road east of Asheboro.
Winston Salem Northern Beltway
Winston Salem Northern Beltway STIP Number:U-2579, R-2247
The entire Winston-Salem Northern Beltway, from US 158 southwest of the City to US 311 southeast of the City. Includes Western Section, Eastern Section, and Eastern Section Extension.

Projects In Development

About Projects In Development
Planning and/or design is underway for these projects. They are generally less than 10 years from right-of-way acquisition or construction. Planning includes examining multiple alternatives and analyzing environmental effects.

Not every project in development will receive funding for right of way or construction. However, planning studies indicate NCDOT is seriously considering implementing the project.

Big Mill Farm Road/Hopkins Road Improvements
Big Mill Farm Road/Hopkins Road Improvements STIP Number:U-5760
Proposed improvements include widening Big Mill Farm Road and Hopkins Road in Kernersville from Business 40/US 421 to West Mountain Street (N.C. 66) and building an interchange at Business 40/US 421.
Business 40
Business 40 STIP Number:U-2827B
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is beginning the project development studies for Business 40 (also known as I-40 Business) from west of 4th Street to east of Church Street in Winston-Salem.
NC 109 Improvements
NC 109 Improvements STIP Number:R-2568C
Improvements to NC 109 from Old Greensboro Road (SR 1798) in Davidson County to I-40/US 311 in Forsyth County.
NC 119 Relocation Project
NC 119 Relocation Project STIP Number:U-3109
NCDOT proposes to relocate NC 119 in Mebane from I-85 to existing NC 119 near Mrs. White Lane (SR 1918) in Alamance County.

Long-Range Studies

About Long-Range Studies
These are advanced planning studies that guide NCDOT's decision-making process and future improvements along a corridor or section of roadway. Projects resulting from these studies are generally at least 10 years or more from construction.

Long-range studies can help NCDOT determine which projects should be funded in the future. Even if a project has been the subject of a long-range study, planning studies must still be done before the project can be implemented.

Moore County Transportation Plan
Moore County Transportation Plan STIP Number:None
Moore County has the unique opportunity to plan its transportation future. Through a series of public workshops called charrettes, residents will work together to create a vision for the county's transportation needs.
Southeast High-Speed Rail
Southeast High-Speed Rail STIP Number:None
In 1992, the U.S. Department of Transportation designated five national high-speed rail corridors across the country. The original Southeast High Speed Rail Corridor - extending from Washington, D.C. through Richmond and Raleigh to Charlotte.
US 1 Corridor Study
US 1 Corridor Study STIP Number:None
The corridor study area is in the Triangle metropolitan area of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill and is an important corridor in the north-south movement of people and goods in the region.
US 64-NC 49 Corridor Study - Phase I
US 64-NC 49 Corridor Study - Phase I STIP Number:None
The North Carolina Department of Transportation has initiated a comprehensive study to develop a plan for the future of US 64 and NC 49 from Charlotte and Statesville to Raleigh.
US 70 Corridor
US 70 Corridor STIP Number:None
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is currently undertaking multiple activities to improve passenger and freight movement along the US 70 Corridor from Raleigh to the State Port at Morehead City.