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The N.C. Department of Transportation has a cash shortfall. But not for the reasons department officials are giving.
The N.C. Department of Transportation has a cash shortfall. But not for the reasons department officials are giving.
 
Some House members want to give the N.C. Department of Transportation an emergency bailout.
Some House members want to give the N.C. Department of Transportation an emergency bailout.
 
State senators voted June 12 to repeal the Map Act, the law allowing the N.C. Department of Transportation to freeze development on property within a highway corridor. The vote was unanimous.
State senators voted June 12 to repeal the Map Act, the law allowing the N.C. Department of Transportation to freeze development on property within a highway corridor. The vote was unanimous.
 
Forsyth Superior Court Judge John O. Craig III issued a July 6 sanction penalizing the N.C. Department of Transportation for missing a May 28 deadline for appraising Winston-Salem properties affected by the Map Act
Forsyth Superior Court Judge John O. Craig III issued a July 6 sanction penalizing the N.C. Department of Transportation for missing a May 28 deadline for appraising Winston-Salem properties affected by the Map Act
 
Thank you for your interest in the issue of "NO Ferry Tax". Because of your support, we won!
Thank you for your interest in the issue of "NO Ferry Tax". Because of your support, we won!
 
The NC General Assembly is moving quickly toward resolve its 2016 budget. The House & Senate have each passed its own version of House Bill #1030 (the budget bill).
The NC General Assembly is moving quickly toward resolve its 2016 budget. The House & Senate have each passed its own version of House Bill #1030 (the budget bill).
 
On June 2 and 3, 2016, the NC Senate passed the Sixth Edition of House Bill #1030, which is its version of the 2016 Appropriations Act. The two versions of the Budget bill have several important differences.
On June 2 and 3, 2016, the NC Senate passed the Sixth Edition of House Bill #1030, which is its version of the 2016 Appropriations Act. The two versions of the Budget bill have several important differences.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has lifted the State of Emergency issued in advance of this week’s winter storm.
 
This morning, Governor Pat McCrory joined with state public safety and transportation officials to thank North Carolinians for staying off the roads and cautioned them to be prepared for potential power outages and hazardous road conditions for the next few days.
This morning, Governor Pat McCrory joined with state public safety and transportation officials to thank North Carolinians for staying off the roads and cautioned them to be prepared for potential power outages and hazardous road conditions for the next few days.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has issued a State of Emergency declaration ahead of a winter storm that will enter North Carolina this afternoon and is expected to hit the state with snow, sleet and freezing rain.
Governor Pat McCrory has issued a State of Emergency declaration ahead of a winter storm that will enter North Carolina this afternoon and is expected to hit the state with snow, sleet and freezing rain.
 
The Fortify 40/440 project is an NC DOT effort to re-build the southern part of the I-40 beltline. Naturally, a major highway construction project like this means lane closures and major traffic jams for commuters. In this case, however, it also means a waste of NC taxpayers' money.
The Fortify 40/440 project is an NC DOT effort to re-build the southern part of the I-40 beltline. Naturally, a major highway construction project like this means lane closures and major traffic jams for commuters. In this case, however, it also means a waste of NC taxpayers' money.
 
Now, it appears WCNC in Charlotte has found one more questionable scenario involving Tillis, some wealthy donors, their real estate deals, and the proposed I-77 toll lane project enthusiastically backed by Tillis.
Now, it appears WCNC in Charlotte has found one more questionable scenario involving Tillis, some wealthy donors, their real estate deals, and the proposed I-77 toll lane project enthusiastically backed by Tillis.
 
It was a great meeting with a great discovery = we get to direct our own show here. The DOT has changed it's whole approach. No longer are they wanting to cram things down our throats.
It was a great meeting with a great discovery = we get to direct our own show here. The DOT has changed it's whole approach. No longer are they wanting to cram things down our throats.
 
Bureaucrats at the NC Dept. of Transportation plan to coerce local transportation planning organizations into requesting ferry tolls on all untolled ferry routes.
Bureaucrats at the NC Dept. of Transportation plan to coerce local transportation planning organizations into requesting ferry tolls on all untolled ferry routes.
 
Rather than trickle down fees, certain state legislators seek to eliminate costs for locals and encourage tourism by removing all ferry tolls in coastal North Carolina.
Rather than trickle down fees, certain state legislators seek to eliminate costs for locals and encourage tourism by removing all ferry tolls in coastal North Carolina.
 
North Carolina legislators seriously talked up tolls on I-95 in 2011 and 2012, but that idea got shot down by Renee Ellmers, Mike McIntyre, a number of legislators with districts along the interstate thoroughfare, and a huge outcry from the citizenry.
North Carolina legislators seriously talked up tolls on I-95 in 2011 and 2012, but that idea got shot down by Renee Ellmers, Mike McIntyre, a number of legislators with districts along the interstate thoroughfare, and a huge outcry from the citizenry.
 
In the meanwhile, no further ferry toll bills were filed this week, although one or two are in the drafting stage.
In the meanwhile, no further ferry toll bills were filed this week, although one or two are in the drafting stage.
 
Congratulations to everyone who travelled to Raleigh for Monday night's Public Hearing on the ferry tax issue.
Congratulations to everyone who travelled to Raleigh for Monday night's Public Hearing on the ferry tax issue.
 
NC DOT has added a third Public Hearing about proposed toll changes on its ferry routes.
 
NC DOT has added a third Public Hearing about proposed toll changes on its ferry routes.
NC DOT has added a third Public Hearing about proposed toll changes on its ferry routes.
 
NC DOT announced today it will hold two public meetings about proposed toll changes on its ferry routes.
NC DOT announced today it will hold two public meetings about proposed toll changes on its ferry routes.
 
Today, Governor McCrory announced the following proposed Board of Transportation appointees, to be reviewed by the Joint Legislative Transportation Oversight Committee.
Today, Governor McCrory announced the following proposed Board of Transportation appointees, to be reviewed by the Joint Legislative Transportation Oversight Committee.
 
Just in case you needed some evidence that elections MATTER, look no further than The North Carolina Supreme Court. Justice Paul Newby, fresh off of a tough reelection fight, wrote the court's majority opinion in High Rock Lake Partners v. NCDOT.
Just in case you needed some evidence that elections MATTER, look no further than The North Carolina Supreme Court. Justice Paul Newby, fresh off of a tough reelection fight, wrote the court's majority opinion in High Rock Lake Partners v. NCDOT.
 
For the second year in a row, Gov. Bev Perdue vetoed the state budget approved by the General Assembly. And also for the second straight year, the General Assembly garnered the three-fifths majority vote in both chambers needed to override her veto.
For the second year in a row, Gov. Bev Perdue vetoed the state budget approved by the General Assembly. And also for the second straight year, the General Assembly garnered the three-fifths majority vote in both chambers needed to override her veto.
 
Gov. Bev Perdue's top legislative aide told a Senate committee on Thursday that altered letters which ended up saying the opposite of what a top ranking Department of Transportation official intended.
Gov. Bev Perdue's top legislative aide told a Senate committee on Thursday that altered letters which ended up saying the opposite of what a top ranking Department of Transportation official intended.
 
The N.C. Department of Transportation's chief operating officer confirmed that he did not sign a letter to lawmakers saying that money was needed for two toll projects as soon as possible.
The N.C. Department of Transportation's chief operating officer confirmed that he did not sign a letter to lawmakers saying that money was needed for two toll projects as soon as possible.
 
Today is the day that officials from the N.C. Department of Transportation are slated to give their story about how altered letters from the department's chief operating officer made into the hands of state legislators last week.
Today is the day that officials from the N.C. Department of Transportation are slated to give their story about how altered letters from the department's chief operating officer made into the hands of state legislators last week.
 
The Senate Rules Committee plans an inquiry into two altered letters purportedly from a top N.C. Department of Transportation official which said that money is needed now in order to proceed with two toll projects - the Garden Parkway in Gaston and Mecklenburg Counties and the Mid-Currituck.
The Senate Rules Committee plans an inquiry into two altered letters purportedly from a top N.C. Department of Transportation official which said that money is needed now in order to proceed with two toll projects - the Garden Parkway in Gaston and Mecklenburg Counties and the Mid-Currituck.
 
The Raleigh News & Observer is reporting that the Department of Transportation has issued its new schedule of ferry tolls but is delaying enforcing them until the Governor tells them to do so.
The Raleigh News & Observer is reporting that the Department of Transportation has issued its new schedule of ferry tolls but is delaying enforcing them until the Governor tells them to do so.
 
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