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Intense debate surrounds the proposed construction of Raleigh's Outer Loop, which, if undertaken, will be the region's largest road project.
This article presents the slow and cumbersome process of road building by providing readers with the example of how I-85 and I-40 merge in Alamance County, causing a bottleneck situation and traffic. North Carolina politicians underinvested in its transportation network over the past thirty years, and motorists are paying dearly for it today.
Traffic conditions are worsening in Raleigh due to increased growth. Three of the worst intersections are Wake Forest Road at the Beltline, Creedmoor Road at Millbrook, and Glennwood Avenue at Lead Mine. Traffic engineers and city planners discuss why jams occur here and their plans to fix the problems.