It's not too late to make your voice heard about proposed improvements to Interstate 95 in North Carolina. The N.C. Department of Transportation
is encouraging residents throughout the state to take a quick survey about the interstate, plans to improve the road and ways to pay for the improvements. In legislation that went into effect on July 1, 2012, the North Carolina General Assembly directed NCDOT to conduct an economic assessment of potential funding options to improve I-95. As part of this assessment, the NCDOT is conducting a survey for residents of North Carolina.The survey is available at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NCDOTTravelSurvey and responses will be accepted through March 22.The economic assessment examines what the economic impacts would be to upgrade and expand I-95. It also examines the economic impacts of not making any significant improvements to the interstate outside of what can be done with existing funding. Individual responses to the survey will be kept confidential. NCDOT also welcomes all citizen comments regarding I-95 at any time at www.driving95.com.