Rush hour traffic heading north on U.S. 401 has to merge from multiple lanes down to one just after Ligon Mill Road. The 2.3-mile stretch of U.S. 401 near Wake Forest is scheduled to be widened from 2 to 4 lanes between Ligon Mill Road and Louisbury Road, at a cost of $8.6 million.
Rush hour traffic heading north on U.S. 401 has to merge from multiple lanes down to one just after Ligon Mill Road. The 2.3-mile stretch of U.S. 401 near Wake Forest is scheduled to be widened from 2 to 4 lanes between Ligon Mill Road and Louisbury Road, at a cost of $8.6 million. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Rush hour traffic heading north on U.S. 401 has to merge from multiple lanes down to one just after Ligon Mill Road. The 2.3-mile stretch of U.S. 401 near Wake Forest is scheduled to be widened from 2 to 4 lanes between Ligon Mill Road and Louisbury Road, at a cost of $8.6 million. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

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