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5 results for Business North Carolina Vol. 13 Issue 4, April 1993
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24330
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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.
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24334
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A planned extension of I-26 begins in Charleston, South Carolina and ends in Asheville, North Carolina. The project has angered environmentalists but much of the region’s business community anticipates and interstate that links western North Carolina to the Ohio Valley and industrial Midwest. This article examines the pros and cons of the expansion.
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24331
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Interstate highways attract business and foster growth. Charlotte is an example a commercial center benefitting from the presence of interstates, specifically, I-85 and I-77.
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24333
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The sleepy little town of Selma in Johnston County, North Carolina has become an overnight success as a result of its location on I-95. The town is exactly eight hours from both the New York-New Jersey population center and central Florida.
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24332
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Nearly three years after the completion if I-40, many rural counties are still waiting for an influx of jobs and development. Areas around Raleigh and Wilmington, however, have grown.