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What was the first stretch of Interstate 40 to open in Southeastern North Carolina?

Merton Vance
StarNews

In October 1980, a $15 million contract was awarded for a section of Interstate 40 from just north of Rocky Point in Pender County to Wallace.

In January, 1985, the 18-mile segment of highway opened to traffic.

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