According to NCDOT this project will extend 13.9 miles – from just north of U.S. 70 in Hickory to Southwest Boulevard in Lenoir – the proposed project crosses through five municipalities– Hickory, Granite Falls, Sawmills, Hudson and Lenoir – and three counties –Catawba, Burke and Caldwell.
NCDOT calculates that approximately 225 parcels of land will be affected with right of way expecting to cost 43 million dollars. NCDOT plans on filing its environmental impact statement for federal approval in the summer of 2017. If approved, expect NCDOT to begin acquiring property from affected landowners for the U.S. 321 project.
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