RALEIGH, N.C. -- The NCDOT is advising everyone not to drive on flooded roads.
If you see a flooded road turn around, don’t drown.
Also as you drive on roads not flooded, make sure to look out for storm debris that could still remain on the roadways after Hurricane Matthew.
Travelers can obtain road conditions by calling 5-1-1, visiting ReadyNC.org or using the ReadyNC mobile app.
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The following roads are closed due to flooding:
Multiple roadways are closed in Central and Eastern North Carolina due to debris and flooding. If a flooded roadway is encountered, turn around and seek an alternate route.
All lanes on I-95 North have been re-opened
Part of I-95 South remains closed:
- The right lane is closed on I-95 South near Exit 79 (NC-50)
- The right lane is closed on I-95 South near Exit 25 (US-301)
To avoid congestion, motorists entering North Carolina from Virginia on I-95 are encouraged to use the following alternate route:
All southbound traffic from North Carolina/Virginia state line should travel south on I-95 to US-64 West
Once on US-64 West, travel west toward I-440 West
Once on I-440 West, motorists will travel to US-1 South
From US-1 South, motorists will continue to US-501 South in Aberdeen/Southern Pines
Continue on US-501 South through Aberdeen toward US-74 East
Motorists will then travel US-74 East to I-95 South
I-40 IS OPEN IN BOTH DIRECTIONS BETWEEN I-95 AND WILMINGTON
It is requested motorist do not call 911 or *HP (*47) for roadway information. For updated information on road closures, please visit ReadyNC.org., the ReadyNC mobile app or call 511.
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