Moore County Roads will receive fresh asphalt starting June 25th.
North Carolina Department of Transportation announced Wednesday in a news release that Riley Paving Inc. of Carthage was awarded the contract when their $8 million bid came in 11 percent below engineer estimates for the work.
The 55 miles of roadway that will be resurfaced include:
~U.S. 1 Bypass between the Lee County line and Crain’s Creek
~U.S. 1 Business between the U.S. 1 Bypass and Thurlow Lake Road
~N.C. 5 between Poplar Street and the end of N.C. 5
~N.C. 22 between Putnam Church Road and the Chatham County line
~N.C. 211 between Holly Grove School Road and the Montgomery County line
~N.C. 705 between Bensalem Church Road and N.C. 24/27
In addition to the above roads, sections of 24 secondary roads will get a face-lift as well.
The news release stated the repaving project will continue through next summer.