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Costing over one million dollars per mile, the North Carolina State Highway Commission is building a 20 mile section of Interstate 40 that will serve as a link between Asheville and Tennessee.
Tideland is the coastal area of eastern North Carolina consisting of creeks, rivers, and sounds. The North Carolina State Highway Commission’s Ferry Service operates four ferries crossing the Pamlico River, the Neuse River, Hatteras Inlet, and Cedar Island to Ocracoke. This article describes the state’s transportation system and typical ferry operation.