The NC Department of Transportation suspended road work and lane closures on main roads to help keep eclipse traffic moving, but still expect backed-up traffic.
The NC Department of Transportation suspended road work and lane closures on main roads to help keep eclipse traffic moving, but still expect backed-up traffic. jason vorhees
The NC Department of Transportation suspended road work and lane closures on main roads to help keep eclipse traffic moving, but still expect backed-up traffic. jason vorhees

The eclipse is over; now comes the ‘eclipse traffic’

August 17, 2017 09:55 AM

UPDATED August 21, 2017 04:43 PM

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