High profile projects under the direction of the NCDOT Rail Division.

Klumac Road Grade Separation
Klumac Road Grade Separation
The North Carolina Department of Transportation proposes to build a bridge to replace the existing crossing of Klumac Road and the North Carolina Railroad/Norfolk Southern Railway tracks in the City of Salisbury in Rowan County.
McLeansville Road Grade Separation
McLeansville Road Grade Separation
This project is among a series of improvements to the North Carolina Railroad between Raleigh and Charlotte to increase railroad capacity, efficiency, and safety. The N.C. Department of Transportation is proposing to construct a new bridge carrying McLeansville Road over the North Carolina Railroad tracks in the unincorporated town of McLeansville.
Sugar Creek Road Grade Separation
Sugar Creek Road Grade Separation
This project is among a series of improvements to the North Carolina Railroad between Raleigh and Charlotte to increase railroad capacity, efficiency, and safety.
Morrisville Parkway Grade Separation
Morrisville Parkway Grade Separation
Work involved building a railroad bridge carrying the North Carolina Railroad tracks over the Morrisville Parkway in Wake County.
Piedmont Improvement Program
Piedmont Improvement Program
The N.C. Department of Transportation is investing in modernizing the state’s railways through a series of railroad and highway construction projects and enhancements known as the Piedmont Improvement Program, or PIP. The outcome will make train travel safer and more reliable, enhance opportunity for greater job growth and commercial development and better connect the economic regions of Raleigh and Charlotte and the cities, towns and communities in between.
Hopson Road Grade Separation and Passing Siding
Hopson Road Grade Separation and Passing Siding
Work involved rebuilding existing tracks, realigning curves, adding a second set of tracks and building a new railroad bridge over Hopson Road in Durham and Wake counties.
Graham to Haw River Railroad Improvements
Graham to Haw River Railroad Improvements
This project is among improvements to the North Carolina Railroad corridor between Raleigh and Charlotte to increase railroad capacity, efficiency, and safety. The N.C. Department of Transportation is proposing to improve existing tracks along the North Carolina Railroad corridor in Alamance County.
Thomasville to Lexington Railroad Improvements
Thomasville to Lexington Railroad Improvements
Work involved building a 4-mile railroad track that now serves as a second track along the North Carolina main line corridor between Thomasville and Lexington.
Raleigh Union Station
Raleigh Union Station
The City of Raleigh and NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT) are proposing to construct a new passenger train station in downtown Raleigh at 510 West Martin Street.
Roberta Road Grade Separation
Roberta Road Grade Separation
This project involves constructing a new highway bridge carrying the extension of Roberta Road over the North Carolina Railroad (NCRR) tracks in Cabarrus County in order to reduce the risk of automobile/train collisions, improve safety for automobile and rail passengers, and reduce automobile and train traffic congestion.
Caldwell Road Grade Separation
Caldwell Road Grade Separation
Work involved building a new highway bridge carrying Caldwell Road over the North Carolina Railroad tracks in Cabarrus County.
Grier Road Grade Separation
Grier Road Grade Separation
Work involves building a highway bridge carrying Grier Road over the North Carolina Railroad tracks in Mecklenburg County.
Harrisburg to Charlotte Railroad improvements
Harrisburg to Charlotte Railroad improvements
Work involves constructing approximately 12 miles of second track and realigning curves along the North Carolina Railroad corridor in Mecklenburg and Cabarrus counties.
Charlotte Locomotive and Railcar Maintenance Facility
Charlotte Locomotive and Railcar Maintenance Facility
Plans for this multi-phase project involve building a locomotive and railcar maintenance facility to better support current and future passenger service.
Salisbury to Kannapolis Railroad Improvements
Salisbury to Kannapolis Railroad Improvements
Work involves constructing approximately 11 miles of second track along the North Carolina Railroad corridor and extending Kimball Road in Rowan County.