Looking east along the fortify zone of Interstate 40 in Southeast Raleigh, NC, at the Rock Quarry exit, traffic moves smoothly Thursday afternoon January 21, 2016, in both directions while work on the widening of I-40 in the median and inner lanes progresses. In the spring of 2016, traffic will be moved onto the inner lanes so construction of the outer lanes of the new six-lane interstate will progress toward its December 2016 completion.
Looking east along the fortify zone of Interstate 40 in Southeast Raleigh, NC, at the Rock Quarry exit, traffic moves smoothly Thursday afternoon January 21, 2016, in both directions while work on the widening of I-40 in the median and inner lanes progresses. In the spring of 2016, traffic will be moved onto the inner lanes so construction of the outer lanes of the new six-lane interstate will progress toward its December 2016 completion. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Looking east along the fortify zone of Interstate 40 in Southeast Raleigh, NC, at the Rock Quarry exit, traffic moves smoothly Thursday afternoon January 21, 2016, in both directions while work on the widening of I-40 in the median and inner lanes progresses. In the spring of 2016, traffic will be moved onto the inner lanes so construction of the outer lanes of the new six-lane interstate will progress toward its December 2016 completion. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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