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Find your house on this interactive map
Want to find out how the Complete 540 corridors may impact your property, click on the link under the map to the right and enter your address in the search bar. The studied corridors east of I-40 impacts many homes in the rural areas of Wake and Johnston Counties including key resources such as Clemmons Educational State Forest and the NCSU Central Crops Research Station as well as several churches.
Only the highlights are listed here. For complete and up to date information visit NCDOT’s project website at: http://www.ncdot.gov/projects/complete540/
The graph below shows how the different corridors have been combined into 17 different alternatives. To see each alternative, click on the graph.
NC DOT Releases new Study Corridors (Sept 2013)
On November 9, 2015, NCDOT released the Draft EIS.
Updated Corridor Maps (September 2013)
In September 2013 NCDOT released new set of corridor study maps. The maps include new alternatives for the Green and Tan Routes between I-40 and US 64 Bypass. New routes include the Teal, Brown and Mint. For a more detailed map go to NCDOT’s website: Potential DSAs aerial-low resolution (14MB).
To see upcoming events, click on NCDOT’s Complete 540 webpage.
To read the most recent news about the Complete 540 project and other ongoing activities in the area, click on the NEWS page in the menu bar above. From the NEWS page, click on a topic or a date to see the most recent posts.
- Provide Feedback to the Project Team: http://www.ncdot.gov/projects/complete540/
- Stay Informed. The section of the Complete 540 project from I-40 to the Knightdale Bypass is considered Phase II. NCDOT is in the process of studying both phases and is expecting to make a final decision on the corridors in Spring 2016.
- Check out the Take Action page and send letters and emails to those that can make a difference.