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When will DOT replace the Third Street Bridge?

Adam Wagner

The Third Street Bridge, near a CFCC parking garage, is scheduled to be replaced in 2015. Photo by Si Cantwell.

Q. N.C. DOT is planning to knock down the Third Street Bridge, over the railroad cut, and the project has already being funded. so when are they planning to do the work?

A. The Third Street Bridge is scheduled to be replaced by a new bridge structure in 2015, according to Mike Kozlosky, executive director of the Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Organization.

UPDATE: DOT held a public information meeting in July 2013 about the bridge project. Click here to read about it.


Why is the Third Street construction taking so long?

What is being built by the Third Street Bridge over the railroad tracks downtown?


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