Welcome to my
site dedicated to documenting the progress of routing Interstate
Highways 73 and 74 across the state of North Carolina.
Year on MalmeRoads.Net, since 1/1/2017
Year in Review 2017.
Wilmington officials want part of I-140 designated as eastern end
of I-74 (see I-74 Segment 19)
New US 220 (Future I-73) Lanes open North of Greensboro (see I-73
Segment 2) plus
NCDOT removes Future I-74 Signage from US 74 Rockingham Bypass
(see I-73 Segment 12 page) but
releases Feasibility Study for Upgrading US 74 between Rockingham
and Laurinburg (see I-74 Segment 14).
Feel free to visit any of
the pages below:
Created: September 1, 2002 on Duke web server.
Site on Simmons server: September 1, 2012 to March 14, 2013.
Site on Gribblenation March 15, 2013 to December 31, 2016.
Site on MalmeRoads.Net since January 1, 2017.
Updated: January 10, 2018 (Go Here
for Details on Latest Update)
Note: If you spot any problems with these pages, feel free to e-mail
me about them at the address below.
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site Copyright © 2002-2018. All rights reserved.
All materials are the author's, except where indicated.
Information may be used if proper credit is given to the author and
permission has been given by the author.
Additions, comments, or questions, you may E-mail me: rmalme7374
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I-73 and I-74 shields
courtesy of David R. Kendrick's Shields Up! (http://www.kendrick.org/ShieldsUp)