Glenwood Avenue road work stretches on
The North Carolina Department of Transportation said Friday it will be several more months before roadwork is complete on a section of Glenwood Avenue in Raleigh.Posted — Updated
The $1.7 million resurfacing job between Wade Avenue and Women's Club Drive was supposed to be complete this month, but workers found crumbling concrete beneath the 60-year-old roadway.
Other road projects in Wake County are on track, the DOT said.
The $50 million widening of Interstate 40 from Wade Avenue to the U.S. Highway 1/64 interchange is 35 percent complete and expected to be completes in June 2011, sooner than expected.
Repaving I-40 from Wade Avenue to Interstate 540 is 99 percent complete, and a repaving job on N.C. Highway 540 from U.S. Highway 70 to I-40 is 81 percent complete.
DOT said it also has more resurfacing work on several secondary roads, in part because of $78 million in stimulus funding. Work on those projects will take three to four weeks.
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