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Ash Traffic Alerts
Road Closed with Detour on SR-1430 In Navassa
The North Carolina Department of Transportation will close SR 1430 (Cedar Hill Road) with a signed detour beginning Monday, September 19th, 2016 at 9:00am until Thursday, September 14th, 2017, weather permitting. The closure is required to build a structure over Cartwheel Branch in addition to various utility and roadway operations that is being performed in conjunction with the construction of I-140 from US 74/76 (Andrew Jackson Highway) to SR 1430 (Cedar Hill Road).
DETOUR: Southbound Detour: Take SR 1426 (Mt. Misery Road) to SR 1455 (Lincoln Rd) to SR 1432 (Old Mill Road) for access back to SR 1430 (Cedar Hill Road) Northbound Detour: Take SR 1432 (Old Mill Road) to SR 1455 (Lincoln Road) to SR 1426 (Mt. Misery Road) for access back to SR 1430 (Cedar Hill Road) Royster Road NE will only be accessible North of the closure, e.g. turn onto SR 1430 (Cedar Hill Road) from SR 1426 (Mt. Misery Road) and travel approx. 3.2 miles South to access SR 1431 (Royster Road).
Start: September 20, 2016, 1:00 am / End:September 14, 2017, 1:00 pm / Updated: September 9, 2016, 8:56 pm
source: North Carolina DOT
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