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Price of Proposed $600 Millon Currituck Bridge Climbs as Future Traffic Counts Drop

The Virginian-Pilot reports, “An updated report shows the cost to build the Mid-Currituck Bridge to Corolla could rise by up to $85 million. Meanwhile, estimates of summer traffic on N.C. 12 – one problem the bridge is meant to fix – are falling even without the bridge. The project of about $600 million has risen and fallen in priority […] The post Price of Proposed $600 Millon Currituck Bridge Climbs as Future Traffic Counts Drop appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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