NO MID-CURRITUCK BRIDGE

Concerned Citizens and Visitors Opposed to the Mid-Currituck Bridge

Browsing Posts published in March, 2013

By Cindy Beamon The Daily Advance Thursday, March 28, 2013 CURRITUCK — If the proposed Mid-Currituck Bridge loses state “gap funds,” the $660 million project may have to compete with other road projects in the region for funding. To nab construction dollars, the bridge would have to rank high among top-priority highway projects under the […]

Posted to: NewsNorth Carolina The Associated Press © March 26, 2013 RALEIGH, N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory’s administration supports a bill to eliminate a mandate on North Carolina transportation officials to build toll-road projects in Gaston County, the northern Outer Banks and near Wilmington. State Transportation Secretary Tony Tata told top legislative leaders his agency backs […]

Submitted by BruceSiceloff on 03/20/2013 – 09:08 Tags: Crosstown Traffic | Gov. Pat McCrory | Hatteras Island | NC 12 | NCDOT | Outer Banks | Pea Island | Rodanthe Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency Tuesday for N.C. 12 in Dare County, a move aimed at speeding up the state’s effort to […]

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Published: March 14, 2013 2013-03-14T23:13:15Z By Bruce SiceloffThe_News_and_Observer Raleigh By Bruce Siceloff — bsiceloff@newsobserver.com RALEIGH — The southern leg of Wake County’s 540 Outer Loop could face more years of delay unless the state House goes along with a Senate proposal to kill three unrelated toll projects: two bridges on the coast and a road […]

By Cindy Beamon The Daily Advance Friday, March 8, 2013 The state Senate on Thursday voted to end funding for the Mid-Currituck Bridge as it’s currently planned. But state Rep. Bill Cook, R-Beaufort, said he’s been assured by House leaders that House Bill 10 will never gain full approval by the General Assembly. “Now, it […]

McCrory: Limit state spending to cover Medicaid overrun Published: March 8, 2013 Updated 3 minutes ago 2013-03-08T20:43:39Z By Lynn Bonner The_News_and_Observer By Lynn Bonner — lbonner@newsobserver.com Gov. Pat McCrory is ordering state agencies to reduce their spending to cover an overrun in the state Medicaid budget estimated at up to $130 million. McCrory told his […]

Move by Rabon deals heavy blow to Cape Fear Skyway project                         Sen. Bill Rabon, R-Brunswick, has said he is concerned that politics are interfering with fair play in the road building process. StarNews file photo Mar 6, 2013 By Molly Parker / Molly.Parker@StarNewsOnline.com […]

NC senators seek to remove mandates for toll roads Published: March 6, 2013 Updated 14 hours ago 2013-03-07T00:48:27Z By GARY D. ROBERTSONThe_Associated_Press By GARY D. ROBERTSON — Associated Press RALEIGH, N.C. — A majority in the North Carolina Senate said Wednesday the General Assembly should get out of the business of choosing which toll road […]

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