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DOT to close portions of road in Concord and part of I-77 in Charlotte

The N.C. Department of Transportation will temporarily close a section of Cold Springs Road (State Road 2630) in Concord Monday, Sept. 28, at 8 a.m., weather permitting.
Motorists traveling north on Cold Springs Road should use the following signed detour:
– Cold Springs Road to U.S. 601 to N.C. 49 to Heglar Road (State Road 2633) to Cold Springs Road.
Motorists traveling south on Cold Springs Road should use the following signed detour:
– Cold Springs Road to Heglar Road to N.C. 49 to U.S. 601 to Cold Springs Road.
The closure is necessary for pipe replacement, and is expected to end Monday, Oct. 9, at 3 p.m.
For more information on this project, please contact the maintenance engineer at (704) 436-9316.
I-77 closing
The N.C. Department of Transportation will temporarily close the ramp from I-77 North to Clanton Road (Exit 7) Friday at 8 p.m., weather permitting.
Motorists traveling north on I-77 should take Remount Road (Exit 8) to I-77 South to access Clanton Road.
The closure is necessary for guardrail removal, slope repair, gutter replacement, and work on the curb and shoulder areas. The ramp is expected to reopen on Saturday, Oct. 10.
NCDOT reminds motorists to watch signs for construction information, stay alert and obey the posted speed limit. Know before you go by calling 511, the department’s free travel information line, or get real-time travel information on line. NCDOT also offers travel information for motorists and ferry passengers on Twitter. For more information on how to get travel information, visit www.ncdot.gov/travel.

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