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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #450 on: March 11, 2019, 12:17:34 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf

Also NCDOT has not released the new 2019-2020 State Transportation Map yet, but since the last one wasn't released until May, I guess it can't be called late.

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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #451 on: March 11, 2019, 01:16:40 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf

Also NCDOT has not released the new 2019-2020 State Transportation Map yet, but since the last one wasn't released until May, I guess it can't be called late.

Thanks for the update. :thumbsup:
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #452 on: March 11, 2019, 04:46:02 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf
Maybe they realized I-42 comes first in the signage, then US 70, or the old road should be US-70, not US-70 Business ;-)

But honestly, who knows why.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #453 on: March 11, 2019, 04:57:57 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf
Maybe they realized I-42 comes first in the signage, then US 70, or the old road should be US-70, not US-70 Business ;-)

But honestly, who knows why.

Maybe they changed something in the signing plans, but this wasn't it.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #454 on: March 11, 2019, 05:13:05 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf
Maybe they realized I-42 comes first in the signage, then US 70, or the old road should be US-70, not US-70 Business ;-)

But honestly, who knows why.

Maybe they changed something in the signing plans, but this wasn't it.
Who knows. At minimum they could've swapped the I-42 and US 70 shield locations to properly match how it should be, with I-42 first, and US 70 last, not the other way around.

But I doubt it.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #455 on: March 12, 2019, 12:07:20 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf
Maybe they realized I-42 comes first in the signage, then US 70, or the old road should be US-70, not US-70 Business ;-)

But honestly, who knows why.

Maybe they changed something in the signing plans, but this wasn't it.
Who knows. At minimum they could've swapped the I-42 and US 70 shield locations to properly match how it should be, with I-42 first, and US 70 last, not the other way around.

But I doubt it.
A quick look at the sign plans attached to the March letting showed no changes to the sign plans, nor were the exit numbers, which duplicate those on US 70 west of New Bern, revised.

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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #457 on: March 16, 2019, 10:25:28 AM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf
Maybe they realized I-42 comes first in the signage, then US 70, or the old road should be US-70, not US-70 Business ;-)

But honestly, who knows why.

Maybe they changed something in the signing plans, but this wasn't it.

More likely, a contractor asked for an extension to complete their bid or something to that effect.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #458 on: March 19, 2019, 06:16:33 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf
Maybe they realized I-42 comes first in the signage, then US 70, or the old road should be US-70, not US-70 Business ;-)

But honestly, who knows why.

Maybe they changed something in the signing plans, but this wasn't it.

More likely, a contractor asked for an extension to complete their bid or something to that effect.
NCDOT posted a letter to the document page for the Havelock Bypass project explaining the pulling of the project from the March letting was due to needed extra time to get all the permits needed for construction:
https://xfer.services.ncdot.gov/dsplan/2019%20Highway%20Letting/04-16-19/Plans%20and%20Proposals/CARTERET_CRAVEN_R-1015_C204177/Pulled_from_March_Letter.pdf

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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #459 on: March 19, 2019, 06:47:56 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf
Maybe they realized I-42 comes first in the signage, then US 70, or the old road should be US-70, not US-70 Business ;-)

But honestly, who knows why.

Maybe they changed something in the signing plans, but this wasn't it.

More likely, a contractor asked for an extension to complete their bid or something to that effect.
NCDOT posted a letter to the document page for the Havelock Bypass project explaining the pulling of the project from the March letting was due to needed extra time to get all the permits needed for construction:
https://xfer.services.ncdot.gov/dsplan/2019%20Highway%20Letting/04-16-19/Plans%20and%20Proposals/CARTERET_CRAVEN_R-1015_C204177/Pulled_from_March_Letter.pdf
It'll be 2020 before this thing gets started.  :pan:
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #460 on: March 19, 2019, 07:32:32 PM »

Does anybody know what the hold up is with the Havelock Bypass? The project page still lists construction as starting in February 2019, but so far the contract still hasn’t been awarded. There’s been no mention of it in the news and the US-70 Corridor Commission still hasn’t posted the minutes of their November meeting, so no luck there either. :hmm:

As for the Kinston Bypass, the project page lists the preferred alternative being selected in February 2019, but there’s been nothing on that.
According to this document, the Havelock Bypass project was withdrawn from the Feb. 19th letting and will instead be let on March 19, no reason is given:
https://connect.ncdot.gov/letting/Central%20Letting/02-19-2019%20Central%20Letting/Carteret-Craven%20R-1015%20C204177%20%20Withdrawal%20from%20February%2019%202019.pdf
Maybe they realized I-42 comes first in the signage, then US 70, or the old road should be US-70, not US-70 Business ;-)

But honestly, who knows why.

Maybe they changed something in the signing plans, but this wasn't it.

More likely, a contractor asked for an extension to complete their bid or something to that effect.
NCDOT posted a letter to the document page for the Havelock Bypass project explaining the pulling of the project from the March letting was due to needed extra time to get all the permits needed for construction:
https://xfer.services.ncdot.gov/dsplan/2019%20Highway%20Letting/04-16-19/Plans%20and%20Proposals/CARTERET_CRAVEN_R-1015_C204177/Pulled_from_March_Letter.pdf
It'll be 2020 before this thing gets started.  :pan:

SHUT UP! :-P
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #461 on: March 20, 2019, 07:01:13 AM »

I'd say the majority, not all of I-42 will be ready by 2030, signed, that's a different story.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #462 on: March 22, 2019, 02:03:47 PM »

https://www.ncdot.gov/news/press-releases/Pages/2019/2019-03-22-craven-county-highway-ramp-closure.aspx

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An entrance ramp to a Craven County highway will close early next week as the N.C. Department of Transportation continues work to upgrade the highway to an interstate.

On Monday, weather permitting, the westbound entrance ramp to U.S. 70 at Clarks Road in New Bern will be closed to traffic. If it should rain, crews will work March 26. During the closure, NCDOT will remove the top 2.5” of existing asphalt and replace it with 2.5” of new asphalt.

Traffic on Clarks Road will be sent eastbound onto U.S. 70 to the N.C. 43 exit. After taking the exit, traffic will drive on the bridge over U.S. 70 and turn left onto the entrance ramp for U.S. 70 West.

The work is part of a larger project to bring U.S. 70 up to interstate standards. Crews are widening shoulders, as well as milling and repaving the highway, which will be renamed Interstate 42. The project in its entirety is 32 miles long and costs $25.5 million.

For real-time travel information, visit DriveNC.gov or follow NCDOT on social media.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #463 on: March 25, 2019, 08:48:03 PM »

I contacted NCDOT a few weeks ago about the wrongly ordered shields on the Havelock Bypass signage. I finally heard back today and they will be revising the signage plans to have the future I-42 space come first. My message may have prompted the change, judging by the wording of the response and the long delay. (I've contacted NCDOT before and they don't usually take two weeks to respond.)
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« Reply #464 on: March 25, 2019, 11:05:40 PM »

I contacted NCDOT a few weeks ago about the wrongly ordered shields on the Havelock Bypass signage. I finally heard back today and they will be revising the signage plans to have the future I-42 space come first. My message may have prompted the change, judging by the wording of the response and the long delay. (I've contacted NCDOT before and they don't usually take two weeks to respond.)
Hopefully, they will be revising the exit numbers as well or they'll have to revise the plans again later on.

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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #465 on: March 28, 2019, 12:39:25 PM »

https://www.ncdot.gov/news/press-releases/Pages/2019/2019-03-28-craven-county-highway-improvements-close-ramps.aspx

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NEW BERN - The N.C. Department of Transportation will close multiple ramps to a Craven County highway next weekend as work continues to bring the highway up to interstate standards.

Crews will close the U.S. 70 westbound exit ramps onto Glenburnie Road and the westbound entrance ramp from Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard onto U.S. 70 West on March 30 and 31, weather permitting. If it should rain, crews will do the work the following weekend. The outside right lane between the two ramps will also be closed.

During the closure, NCDOT will remove the top 2.5” of existing asphalt and replace it with 2.5” of new asphalt.

​Traffic accessing U.S. 70 West from Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard will turn onto the entrance ramp to U.S. 70 East and continue to the Pembroke exit. At the light, turn left and continue across the bridge, turning left onto the entrance ramp for U.S. 70 West.

Traffic accessing Glenburnie Road from U.S. 70 West will take exit 411 for N.C. 43. At the stop sign, turn left and continue across the bridge, turning right onto the entrance ramp to U.S. 70 East. Drivers will continue east and take the Glenburnie exit.

The work is part of a larger project to bring U.S. 70 up to interstate standards. Crews are widening shoulders, as well as milling and repaving the highway, which will be renamed Interstate 42. The project in its entirety is 32 miles long and costs $25.5 million.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #466 on: April 05, 2019, 12:33:47 PM »

https://www.ncdot.gov/news/press-releases/Pages/2019/2019-04-05-craven-county-highway-entrance-ramp-improvements.aspx

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NEW BERN – The N.C. Department of Transportation is planning to close the entrance ramp to a Craven County highway for one day this weekend to make improvements.

The entrance ramp from Glenburnie Road to U.S. 70 West will be closed to traffic 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. April 6. If it rains, the work will be done on Sunday.

During the closure, NCDOT will remove the top 2.5” of existing asphalt and replace it with 2.5” of new asphalt.

To get around the closure, traffic accessing U.S. 70 West from Glenburnie Road will turn onto the entrance ramp for U.S. 70 East and continue to the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard exit. At the stoplight, drivers will turn left and continue under the overpass, turning left at the stoplight onto the entrance ramp for U.S. 70 West.

The work is part of a larger project to bring U.S. 70 up to interstate standards. Crews are widening shoulders, as well as milling and repaving the highway, which will be renamed Interstate 42. The project in its entirety is 32 miles long and costs $25.5 million.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #467 on: April 05, 2019, 05:10:18 PM »

The speed limit between the Clayton Bypass and the recently-built US-70 Business interchange near Pine Level has been bumped up to 60mph.

https://jocoreport.com/dot-increases-speed-limit-on-section-of-us-70/
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« Reply #468 on: April 05, 2019, 05:20:00 PM »

The speed limit between the Clayton Bypass and the recently-built US-70 Business interchange near Pine Level has been bumped up to 60mph.

https://jocoreport.com/dot-increases-speed-limit-on-section-of-us-70/
Nice.

Currently, that entire segment is limited-access with no private driveway access permitted. Only cross-roads, and frontage roads.

I could see the rest of the roadway being increased to 60 MPH to New Bern, though it'll be a 70 MPH interstate highway in 10 years or so, so I'm not complaining.
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« Reply #469 on: April 11, 2019, 07:55:02 PM »

https://www.ncdot.gov/news/press-releases/Pages/2019/2019-04-11-craven-county-highway-ramp-closure.aspx

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NEW BERN – The N.C. Department of Transportation will continue a Craven County project to bring U.S. 70 up to interstate standards by closing some ramps this weekend.

The closures will occur on the eastbound entrance ramp from Clarks Road to U.S. 70 and the exit ramp from U.S. 70 to Clarks Road. The entrance ramp will be closed between 7 a.m. April 12 and 7 p.m. April 14. The exit ramp will be closed between 7 a.m. April 13 and 7 p.m. April 14.

Similarly, to the previous entrance and exit ramp closures, NCDOT will remove the top 2.5” of existing asphalt and replace it with 2.5” of new asphalt.

A detour will send eastbound U.S. 70 drivers needing to access Clarks Road to exit 411, where they will take N.C. 43, drive over the highway and turn left to enter U.S. 70 West to reach the Clarks Road exit.

This will be the detour route for Clarks Road drivers wanting to reach U.S. 70 East: They will take U.S. 70 West to the Tuscarora Road Exit, continue to the stop sign at the top of the ramp, turn left onto Tuscarora Road; then drive over U.S. 70 and take a left onto U.S. 70 East.

The work is part of a larger project to bring U.S. 70 up to interstate standards. Crews are widening shoulders, as well as milling and repaving the highway, which will be renamed I-42. The project in its entirety is 32 miles long and costs $25.5 million.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #470 on: April 17, 2019, 09:59:50 AM »

For those in the area that may be interested in attending, the US-70 Corridor Commission is having their next meeting tomorrow at the Global TransPark in Kinston. The minutes from their November meeting still have not been posted yet, however.

http://www.super70corridor.com
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #471 on: April 18, 2019, 12:02:41 PM »

The letting of the US 70 (Future I-42) Havelock Bypass has been postponed again, this time from April to July, again apparently due to right of way issues. Link to the official NCDOT letter on the postponement:
https://xfer.services.ncdot.gov/dsplan/2019%20Highway%20Letting/07-16-19/Plans%20and%20Proposals/CARTERET_CRAVEN_R-1015_C204177/R-1015_Pulled_from_April_let_Extend%20to%20July.pdf

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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #472 on: April 18, 2019, 12:18:43 PM »

The letting of the US 70 (Future I-42) Havelock Bypass has been postponed again, this time from April to July, again apparently due to right of way issues. Link to the official NCDOT letter on the postponement:
https://xfer.services.ncdot.gov/dsplan/2019%20Highway%20Letting/07-16-19/Plans%20and%20Proposals/CARTERET_CRAVEN_R-1015_C204177/R-1015_Pulled_from_April_let_Extend%20to%20July.pdf
Like I said, 2020  :D
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #473 on: April 18, 2019, 01:27:27 PM »

The letting of the US 70 (Future I-42) Havelock Bypass has been postponed again, this time from April to July, again apparently due to right of way issues. Link to the official NCDOT letter on the postponement:
https://xfer.services.ncdot.gov/dsplan/2019%20Highway%20Letting/07-16-19/Plans%20and%20Proposals/CARTERET_CRAVEN_R-1015_C204177/R-1015_Pulled_from_April_let_Extend%20to%20July.pdf
Like I said, 2020  :D

Seems the plan documents were pulled this time. I know they're fixing the I-42/Bypass 70 shield order, but I wouldn't think it would require that unless they're changing more. The last time I saw the signing plans, the shields were still in the wrong order.
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Re: Interstate 42
« Reply #474 on: April 18, 2019, 02:07:08 PM »

The letting of the US 70 (Future I-42) Havelock Bypass has been postponed again, this time from April to July, again apparently due to right of way issues. Link to the official NCDOT letter on the postponement:
https://xfer.services.ncdot.gov/dsplan/2019%20Highway%20Letting/07-16-19/Plans%20and%20Proposals/CARTERET_CRAVEN_R-1015_C204177/R-1015_Pulled_from_April_let_Extend%20to%20July.pdf

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