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NC DOT Begins Realignment of NC-56 (Project R-5707)

Post Date:06/13/2019

NC DOT Begins Construction on NC-56 Realignment

The NC Department of Transportation (DOT) will begin the realignment project for NC-56 (West Lake Road and West Wilton Avenue) where it intersects with US-15 (North Durham Avenue) and NC-50 (Main Street) during the month of June. The project is scheduled to last 6 months, and will necessitate lane closures and traffic delays in the construction zone.

The project will adjust the current traffic pattern from the series of turns currently needed to stay on NC-56 and form a direct tie between West Lake Road and Wilton Avenue. A new median-divided connecting road will be constructed north of the existing West Lake Road, and will improve traffic flow as well as driver and pedestrian safety. This project will also consist of sidewalk construction that will connect to the City of Creedmoor-managed Cross City Trail project.

West Lake Road and North Pine Street will maintain partial access throughout the project, and NCDOT will phase construction to avoid complete road closures and allow access to homes and businesses in the project area at all times.

Please exercise caution when driving through the work zone, and watch for workers and equipment in the roadway. Drivers are urged to pay close attention to the posted speed limit, and any changes to the normal traffic pattern. 

For more information: view the project design map, and visit to stay up to date on all NC DOT related projects. 

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