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Greenville Southwest Bypass

 

The project is described as improvements to the Stantonsburg Road (US 264 Business)/Memorial Drive (NC 11) corridor in Pitt County, southwest of the city of Greenville. The selected alternative for this project consists of a new, eleven-mile, controlled-access facility that begins at Memorial Drive (NC 11) approximately 2.9 miles south of NC 102 and ends at the existing US264 interchange. The newest update is as of April 2014 the right-of-way acquisition for all three sections is to begin in June of 2015.

The project is divided into three sections:

    Section A extends from N.C. 11 in Ayden to just south of N.C. 102.

    Section B is located between N.C. 102 and Forlines Road.

    Section C is located between Forlines Road and U.S. 264.

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