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Coming Soon to Connect the Currituck County Mainland to Corolla and the Currituck Outer Banks
All future dates are subject to change as funding and project priorities are adjusted over the next few years.
The Mid-Currituck Bridge is moving towards becoming a reality. But it's going to be a long road (literally) from start to finish. We'll do everything we can to help provide answers, clarity and facts along the way.
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The Mid-Currituck Bridge will substantially reduce evacuation times from the Outer Banks for residents and visitors who use US 158 and NC 168 as an evacuation route.
The bridge will provide much faster transport times for Currituck Emergency Medical Services’ ambulances and a more direct route for police officers to respond to 911 calls.
The MCB will reduce the severity and duration of traffic congestion on summer weekends. According to the Record of Decision, the length of the congested period would drop from 13 to 15 hours to 7 to 12 hours.
Benefits to mainland Currituck County could include a boom in retail, restaurants and hospitality. The MCB could spur a mix of commercial and business development similar to that in Dare County in the area surrounding the bridge.
Read more on the official project page created by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Includes updates and document library.
Document includes detailed history of project, explanation of alternatives and efforts taken to minimize environmental impacts.
Shows the bridge position from Aydlett across the Currituck Sound to the Outer Banks.
Read more about the reevaluation of the March 2019 Final Environmental Impact Study.
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