RALEIGH, North Carolina — The North Carolina Department of Transportation is seeking public comment on its proposed 10-year, $15 billion State Transportation Improvement Program.
The agency website notes that the plan unveiled in December envisions more than a thousand transportation projects with projects in all 100 North Carolina counties.
The department said in a release that residents can comment on the plan through the agency's Mindmixer computer portal.
Then beginning next week on March 17 the agency hosts the first of 10 public information meetings it is holding in towns across the state.
The meetings will continue through April 23 which is the final day to submit comment on the plan.
On the Internet:
STIP plan public engagement site: http://engagencdot.mindmixer.com/
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