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What is the status of the North Kerr Avenue widening project?

Ken Little
StarNews
Gas stations on both sides of Market Street at Kerr Avenue have closed. StarNews photo by Si Cantwell.

Gas stations on both sides of Market Street at Kerr Avenue have closed. StarNews file photo

Q. With utility work continuing along North Kerr Avenue, what is the current status of the widening project? Is the project still on schedule?

A. The let date for contracts will be in August and the date of availability will be Sept. 28, with a June 15, 2018, completion date for all work except the establishment of permanent vegetation, said Brian R. Rick, spokesman for the N.C. Department of Transportation Division 3.

The project’s final completion date is projected for Dec. 2, 2018, Rick said.

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