Drivers who use Rogers Road to travel between Wake Forest and Rolesville will see detours as crews begin work to replace a bridge. Rogers Road will be closed from South Franklin Street to Forestville Road from June 27 through early November.
Council members’ chief concern about rezoning 18 acres on Morrisville-Carpenter Road has been the timing of its approval in relation to the town’s plans to widen that stretch of road in early 2018. Property owners have attempted to address that concern.
Two men were hospitalized early Monday after a head-on crash on N.C. 96 near U.S. 401 in Wake County, and state troopers charged one of them with driving while impaired and crossing the center line of the road.
This fall, Finch’s will serve its last grits and scrambled eggs from its Peace Street location. The state Department of Transportation will rebuild the Capital Boulevard Bridge over Peace Street, and Finch’s as we know it will be no more.
The state Supreme Court has ruled in favor of landowners who challenged the Map Act, the law that allows the state Department of Transportation to reserve land for roads it plans to build in the future.
North Carolina’s Department of Transportation has offered to cooperate with the town on improvements to the intersection of N.C. 401, Sunset Lake Road and Purfoy Road – improvements the town wouldn’t have gotten to for another 12 to 18 months.
At least two people were taken to Duke University Hospital on Thursday afternoon after a wreck in which a tractor-trailer crashed with another, smaller truck on the westbound side of Interstate 40 near Davis Drive in Durham County.
Wake County residents will decide in November whether to increase the local sales tax by a half-cent to pay for what county leaders are calling a transformational transit plan that would connect the Triangle with more buses and trains.
A team of Duke graduate students that worked with the Police Department on a speeding study here this school year recommends that the town step up enforcement during late-night and early-morning hours.
Video: The N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program, the N.C. State Highway Patrol and local law enforcement launched the annual Click It or Ticket enforcement campaign with a simulated crash to demonstrate the dangers of not wearing a seat belt.