RALEIGH - The contractor
for the N.C. 211 widening project in Moore County will be closing Beulah Hill
Church Road/Main Street in Taylortown at its intersection with the highway for
a day late this week. The closure is needed to realign the intersection to
accommodate the highway widening. Weather permitting, the closure will be in
place for 24 hours, between 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov 8 and 7 p.m. on Saturday,
Motorists will be detoured onto Juniper Lake Road, located west of the
work zone, and then back to Beulah Hill Church Road/Main Street.
NCDOT reminds motorists to watch for signs with construction
information, stay alert and obey the posted speed limit.
The project is converting 7.6 miles of N.C. 211 to four lanes divided by
a grass median from N.C. 73 in West End to the traffic circle in Pinehurst. Motorists
can expect intermittent lane shifts and closures for the duration of the
project, which is expected to wrap up in May 2014.
Any questions regarding the project may be referred to Chuck Dumas,
Resident Engineer or Jim Dietrich, Senior Assistant Resident Engineer at
Updated travel information is also available by calling 511 or online at www.ncdot.gov/travel.
In addition, NCDOT now offers travel information on Twitter.