SELMA – About 2.5 miles of Interstate 95 in Selma will be resurfaced under a $7.3 million contract the N.C. Department of Transportation awarded this week.
S.T. Wooten Corp. of Wilson will replace the pavement on the interstate between Exit 97 and just south of the Lizzie Mill Road overpass.
In addition, the contractor will replace an overhead digital sign just north of the Lizzie Mill Road overpass, as well as replace some of the guardrail in that vicinity.
The work can begin in November, and the contractor has until the spring of 2024 to complete the improvements.