Planning and development are underway to replace the existing Lindsay C. Warren Bridge on U.S. 64 over the Alligator River in Dare and Tyrrell counties.
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The new bridge will replace the existing swing-span bridge with a modern two-lane, fixed-span, high-rise bridge. It will also be built on a new location, just north of the existing bridge.
Built in 1960, the Lindsay C. Warren Bridge has been rated “structurally deficient.” This does not imply that the bridge is unsafe. It means the bridge is reaching the end of its useful life and must be monitored, inspected and maintained.
This project is listed as Project HB-0001 in the N.C. Department of Transportation's State Transportation Improvement Program and is estimated to cost $226.8 million.
This proposed project is currently funded for planning and preliminary designs only. NCDOT is actively pursuing funding to complete right of way acquisition and construction of the bridge.
|Right of way||$436,100|
*Estimated costs subject to change