NASHVILLE – A smoother ride is coming to a 10-mile stretch of U.S. 64 in Nash County after the N.C. Department of Transportation awarded a $14.4 million contract last month.
Wilson-based S.T. Wooten Corp. will perform pavement rehabilitation along the highway between Exits 453 and 463.
The work will include milling, resurfacing, shoulder reconstruction and drainage and guardrail improvements. In addition, the lanes will be restriped with high-visibility thermoplastic pavement markings that shine better at night.
The contractor can begin this fall and will have two years to complete everything.