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NCDOT temporarily closes bridge near Kenansville

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KENANSVILLE, N.C. -

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will close SR 1301 (Bowden Road) 0.5 miles North of JCT NC 11/24 Business both North and Southbound Lanes beginning Tuesday September 24, 2013 at 5:00pm until Friday October 4, 2013 at 5:00pm for bridge maintenance.

The NCDOT tells 9 On Your Side that they want to remind motorists to stay alert, encourages motorists to use alternate routes when possible during this period, drive with caution, obey the posted speed limits, and allow extra travel time.

For additional information regarding the dates and times of this closure, the NCDOT encourages drivers to visit http://www.ncdot.org and click on “Travel & Maps” then, click on “Traveler Information Management System” and use the dropdown menus for county or route, or call “511” from any phone.

To obtain more information about this work, you may contact Shannon Baylor, Bridge Maintenance Supervisor at (910) 592-8168.

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