Hunter Realty
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Road Construction Information
Business 40 Construction

Did you know Business 40 was the first section of interstate highway designated in North Carolina when it opened in 1958?

Did you know that the typical lifespan of an interstate is 50 years?

The 1.2 mile section of Business 40, which runs through Downtown Winston Salem is currently under construction, west of Fourth Street to east of Church Street. The interstate is coming up to code, allowing it to function safely and effectively for the next 50 years, with a completion date of 2020. 

The $99.2 million project will include:
- Replacing existing pavement
- Modernizing entrance & exit ramps
- Replacing nine vehicular bridges, along with two pedestrian bridges
- Lengthening the acceleration & deceleration lanes between ramps
- Widening existing roadway shoulders, along with adding new shoulders
- Increasing the speed limit from 45 mph to 55 mph
- Renaming all of Business 40 to "Salem Parkway"

For the latest information and updates, please visit the following websites:
       www.business40nc.com
       www.wxii12.com
       

Winston Salem Beltway

The Winston Salem Beltway is a 34.5 mile multi-lane freeway that loops around the northern part of Winston Salem. It will begin at US 158, southwest of Winston Salem and end at I-74/US 311, southeast of the city.

With over 100,000 vehicles traveling through the area every day, the Beltway will aid in alleviating congestion and improve safety along heavily traveled roads in Forsyth County, including US 421/Business 40 and US 52. 

The project costs a total of $1.74 billion, with the Eastern Loop at $1.067 billion, and the Western Loop at $673 million. The Beltway currently has a completion date of 2020.

For the latest information and updates, please visit the following websites:
      www.ncdot.gov
      www.cityofws.org
      map of construction


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