Kenneth Davis, left, and Felippe Serrano work on northbound Interstate 95 near mile marker 100 north of Selma. Much of I-95 through North Carolina is 40 to 50 years old, and fuel and auto sales taxes no longer produce enough revenue to keep it up.
Kenneth Davis, left, and Felippe Serrano work on northbound Interstate 95 near mile marker 100 north of Selma. Much of I-95 through North Carolina is 40 to 50 years old, and fuel and auto sales taxes no longer produce enough revenue to keep it up. Chris Seward CHRIS SEWARD - cseward@newsobser
Kenneth Davis, left, and Felippe Serrano work on northbound Interstate 95 near mile marker 100 north of Selma. Much of I-95 through North Carolina is 40 to 50 years old, and fuel and auto sales taxes no longer produce enough revenue to keep it up. Chris Seward CHRIS SEWARD - cseward@newsobser

NCDOT wants to begin widening I-95, US 401, US 1, I-85 in the next decade

June 30, 2017 10:07 AM