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Reopening Of U.S. 64 Ramps In Wake County Rescheduled

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RALEIGH, N.C. — The N.C. Department of Transportation has rescheduled the reopening of two U.S. 64 ramps at Rolesville Road in Wake County due to extremely low temperatures.

The U.S. 64 West off-ramp and the U.S. 64 East on-ramp will reopen by Friday, Feb. 20, weather permitting.

The U.S. 64 West off-ramp and the U.S. 64 East on-ramp at Rolesville Road have been closed since December for paving.

During the ramp closing, motorists are reminded to use the following signed detours:

  • Motorists traveling on U.S. 64 West needing to exit onto Rolesville Road should use the Lizard Lick Road exit and follow Lizard Lick Road to Rolesville Road.
  • Motorists traveling on Rolesville Road needing to access U.S. 64 East should travel into Wendell to Lizard Lick Road to U.S. 64 East.
  • The closing is necessary to complete construction of the Knightdale Bypass tie-in.

    NCDOT reminds motorists to obey the posted speed limit, be aware of construction workers in the work zone, stay alert and watch signs for construction information.

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