Wake County

March 18, 2014 5:08 PM

Drivers feel their way through Raleigh’s southern Beltline I-440 work zone

Traffic will be locked into two lanes for the coming months, with uneven pavement and faint markings that some drivers find confusing. NCDOT engineers say they will make the markings brighter.

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