Smithfield Herald

December 4, 2013 12:14 PM

NCDOT’s three-year Beltline rebuild will slow I-440 commuters starting Thursday

Drivers will be squeezed from four lanes into two lanes, each way, for the next year on the I-440 portion of the Beltline in Southeast Raleigh. A new study will evaluate prospects for rush-hour trains from Selma that could give some commuters a chance to avoid the Beltline jam.

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