Saturday, April 20, 2024

Several roads in Brunswick county to be repaved next year

SHALLOTTE — a few sections of prominent Brunswick County roads and several sections of secondary roads will be resurfaced starting this spring.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation recently awarded a $6.4 million contract to ST Wooten Corp. of Wilson to resurface two sections of U.S. 17, one section of N.C. 904, and four sections of secondary roads.

The sections of U.S. 17 are both directions of the highway between the U.S. 17 Business/Old Ocean Highway junctions to the north and south of Bolivia. The section of N.C. 904 spans from Longwood Road to the Columbus County line.

The contractors will start work in March at the earliest and work is expected to continue for more than a year, wrapping in Fall of 2024.


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