Wet weather delayed Durham trail's completion
Posted August 9, 2013
Durham, N.C. — A rainy spring and summer have pushed back the completion date for the final phase of the American Tobacco Trail.
The final phase, which began last year and is expected to be finished in September, includes a bicycle and pedestrian bridge over Interstate 40 and four miles of greenway trail between N.C. Highway 54 and the Chatham County line.
Durham City Council on Monday allotted an extra $185,000 to pay for additional work days added by the delay. The entire project cost more than $2 million.