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NCDOT Announces Plans To Improve Roads In Catawba, Iredell Counties
The N.C. Department of Transportation has awarded a $5.9 million contract to improve nearly 31 miles of Catawba County roads.
Contractor Maymead Inc. can start the project as soon as April 3 to mill, resurface and rebuild shoulders on sections of these primary roads: N.C. 10 from the Lincoln County line to Startown Road, this covers approximately 15 miles. Also U.S. 70 from N. Oxford Street to the Iredell County line, covering approximately five miles.
Under the contract, crews will also resurface portions of 15 secondary roads throughout the county. The project is scheduled for completion in fall 2024.
More than 33 miles of state roads will soon see improvements in Iredell County thanks to a $6 million contract awarded by the N.C. Department of Transportation, also to contractor Maymead Inc.
Work includes milling, resurfacing and shoulder reconstruction to a section of U.S. 64 between Simonton and Greenbriar roads in Statesville, along with 45 segments of secondary roads throughout the county. The project can start as soon as April 3 with completion set for fall 2024.