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March 25, 2014 4:08 PM

Research group calls for improving NC roads

A report from TRIP, a nonprofit Washington research group, estimates that congestion and unsafe or poor-quality roads cost the average Triangle motorist $1,005 a year. The group calls for more state and federal money to relieve urban traffic jams, replace obsolete bridges and upgrade poor-quality roads.

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