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Klumac Road Grade Separation Ribbon Cutting in Rowan County


Klumac Road Grade Separation Ribbon Cutting in Rowan County

when: Friday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m.
where:The ceremony will be held on new Klumac Road just south of the new bridge in Salisbury.


From I-85, take Exit 75 (Jake Alexander Boulevard).

Proceed west on Jake Alexander Boulevard for 3/4 mile.

Turn right on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and proceed 1/2 mile.

Turn left onto new Klumac Road and proceed to event location.

Parking will be along new Klumac Road.

details: Comments will be made starting promptly at 11 a.m. Deputy Secretary for Transit Keith Weatherly, Rail Director Paul Worley and Board of Transportation member Jake Alexander. The project is part of the Piedmont Improvement Program, a $520 million investment in rail and highway improvements between Raleigh and Charlotte. Work included constructing a new railroad bridge carrying the North Carolina Railroad (NCRR) tracks over Klumac Road in Rowan County, which reduces the risk of automobile/train collisions, improve safety for automobile and rail passengers, and reduce automobile and train traffic congestion. The project removed the railroad crossing at Klumac Road and constructing 0.6 miles of Klumac Road on new location to tie in to the intersection of Mooresville Road and South Main Street. This section of the NCRR is part of the busiest railroad corridor in North Carolina. This project is among improvements to the NCRR corridor between Raleigh and Charlotte to increase railroad capacity, efficiency and safety. The project opens to traffic on Monday, Oct. 31. For more media questions contact Division 7 & 9 Communications Officer Miracle King at (336) 487-0157 or


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