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Ramseur to Install Speed Bumps on Two Roads

Ramseur to Install Speed Bumps on Two Roads

Traffic & Roads
Road bumps to reduce speed. Stock photo by (weyo / Adobe Stock) ASHEBORO N.C. - The Town of Ramseur will soon be installing speed bumps on two roads in town to help cut down on speeding. On a post on the Town's Facebook page on January 31st, 2023, officials say in the next week they will be installing speed bumps on Wright Street and Liberty Street (Coleridge Rd to Jordan Rd portion). "We hope this will control the issues of speeding on these Town Streets." says the post.
Road/Traffic Pattern Changes Coming Near Greensboro-Randolph Megasite

Road/Traffic Pattern Changes Coming Near Greensboro-Randolph Megasite

Traffic & Roads
LIBERTY N.C. (NC DOT)– Changes are in the works for an intersection along U.S. 421 as part of the roadway improvements for the Greensboro-Randolph Megasite project. Daily lane closures will be in place on U.S. 421 near Julian Airport Road through mid-June. The closures will enable contract crews to safely install acceleration and deceleration lanes on U.S. 421. NC DOT - TIMS Daily Lane Closures STARTThu, May 19, 2022, 8:00 AMENDFri, Jun 10, 2022, 5:00 PMWHATDaily lane closures to allow contractor to install a North bound acceleration and deceleration lane on NB US 421 at SR 2502 (Julian Airport Road) and to remove median crossover.1 of 2 lanes closed. Expected impact to traffic is Medium.DETOURDaily lane closures in both North and South bound lanes as need to install a NB acce...

Track Repairs Causing Traffic Headaches In Asheboro

Traffic & Roads
ASHEBORO NC [ARCHIVED] - Norfolk Southern began repairs on tracks through downtown Asheboro Monday. Crossings between Church St and Fayetteville St at Academy St, Wainman St, and Kivett St were closed on Monday and Tuesday. This work is part of Norfolk Southern’s annual maintenance program to ensure safe and efficient operations in the communities we serve, said Rachel Bradshaw a Manager Media Relations with the Norfolk Southern Corporation.  According to an e-mail from Bradshaw on Tuesday evening work is expected to be complete in the next day or two, depending on weather and unforeseen delays.