Project Timeline
The N.C. General Assembly mandated the N.C. Department of Transportation to conduct an economic assessment studying various ways of paying for improvements to I-95, and how each of those methods of payment would impact the corridor economically. NCDOT is not making a formal recommendation based on the study, rather sharing all information gathered with the public. The next step in the process is to present the findings and all data to the General Assembly. They will then take that information and direct the department how to proceed.

As of July 2013, the I-95 Economic Assessment has been finalized. Click on the links below to view and download the final document and related studies:


2013 I-95 Economic Assessment Public Meetings

NCDOT held four public meetings in May in communities along the Interstate 95 corridor for attendees to learn about the results of the Assessment, as well as the next steps in the process of improving the highway.

If you were not able to attend one of the meetings, you can find out more information here.


I-95 Economic Assessment Public Meeting Video

Environmental Assessment Video Thumb

 

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Interstate 95 is a vital stretch of highway through North Carolina – serving commuters, accommodating vacationers and connecting area residents. The road has distinctive meaning to each and every user, as well as to the adjacent communities.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) is working to determine how best to renew I-95 through our state. With your help, the I-95 Corridor Planning and Finance study will provide the ideal approach for improved safety, connectivity and efficiency along this highway.

For more information about the I-95 study,
email us at comments@driving95.com or
call our Driving95 toll-free hotline
at 877-I95-VIEW.