Greensboro - The N.C. Department of Transportation will hold an informal public meeting next month regarding the proposed improvements to two intersections on U.S. 70. at St. Marks Church Road and Graham-Hopedale Road in Burlington.
The public meeting will take place on Thursday, May 19 at the Historic Burlington Depot at 200 South Main Street in Burlington from 4 to 7 p.m.
Interested citizens may attend at any time during the meeting hours. NCDOT representatives will be available to answer questions and listen to comments regarding the project. Please note that no formal presentation will be made. Citizens will also have the opportunity to submit comments and questions in writing. All written comments and questions should be submitted no later than Thursday, June 2, 2016.
The public can view maps displaying the location and design of the project as they become available online at http://ncdot.gov/projects/publicmeetings/default.html
Anyone desiring additional information may contact Division Design Construction Engineer Chris Smitherman by mail: at 1584 Yanceyville Street, Greensboro, N.C. 27415-4996, by phone: (336) 487-0075 or by e-mail: at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NCDOT will provide auxiliary aids and services under the Americans with Disabilities Act for disabled persons who wish to participate in this meeting. Anyone requiring special services should contact Ms. Diane Wilson via e-mail at email@example.com or by phone (919) 707-6073 as early as possible so that arrangements can be made.
Aquellas personas que hablan espaol y no hablan ingls, o tienen limitaciones para leer, hablar o entender ingls, podran recibir servicios de interpretacin si los solicitan antes de la reunin llamando al 1-800-481-6494.
Road, bridge, and other transportation improvement projects like this one are currently underway across the state as part of Governor McCrory's 25-Year Transportation Vision to enhance travel safety and to better connect North Carolinians to jobs, education, healthcare and recreation opportunities.
New transportation projects in the state's current 10-year plan are funded through the Strategic Mobility Formula, a new way of more efficiently investing transportation dollars by using a data-driven scoring process along with local input to fund more projects and create more jobs. The new mobility formula was passed into law in 2013 under Governor McCrory's leadership.