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N.C. Senate Committee Will Hear From Perdue Aide and DOT Employees

N.C. Senate committee will hear from Perdue aide and DOT

By Bruce Siceloff – By Bruce Siceloff The News and Observer Tags: Jim Trogdon | Sen. Tom Apodaca | Susan Coward | Kevin McLaughlin | Vicki Stanley | NCDOT | Garden Parkway | Mid-Currituck Bridge RALEIGH — A Senate committee will hear from […]

Money for Currituck Bridge Shelved for Another Year

Money for Currituck bridge shelved for another year

Posted to: News Traffic – Transportation North Carolina

By Jeff Hampton The Virginian-Pilot © June 23, 2012

The funding for North Carolina’s Currituck mid-county bridge has been once again bumped back a year by the General Assembly, raising concerns the project could be […]

Budget Deal Cuts Funding For Two Toll Projects

Published Wed, Jun 20, 2012 07:49 PM Modified Thu, Jun 21, 2012 05:19 AM

From the Raliegh News & Observer

Budget deal cuts funding for two toll projectsArticle Republican Senator Tom Apodaca, left, chair of the Senate Rules Committee asks Jim Trogdon, chief operating officer of the state Department of Transportation to explain what happened […]

Altered Letters From Perdue Staff Push Money For Toll Projects That DOT Says Aren’t Ready

Published Tue, Jun 19, 2012 05:33 AM

Modified Tue, Jun 19, 2012 10:47 AM Article


By J. Andrew Curliss and Bruce Siceloff –

By J. Andrew Curliss and Bruce Siceloff The News and Observer

Tags: Garden Parkway | toll roads | Mid-Currituck Bridge | transportation money | Gov. Bev Perdue | Pryor […]

N.C. Off Course In Singling Out Chesapeake’s Expressway Toll

By Roger Chesley The Virginian-Pilot © June 27, 2011

THE Tar Heel state is spoiling for a fight with its northern neighbor. My question: Will one city in the Old Dominion respond in the same self-centered way? It will be tempted to. In May, the toll on the Chesapeake Expressway rose from $2 year-round […]