Help for N.C. 150, N.C. 73 and N.C. 115 is coming, though some of it several years away at best. Morning traffic congestion along N.C. 150 in Mooresville is likey to continue.
Help for N.C. 150, N.C. 73 and N.C. 115 is coming, though some of it several years away at best. Morning traffic congestion along N.C. 150 in Mooresville is likey to continue. Davie Hinshaw Oberserver file
Help for N.C. 150, N.C. 73 and N.C. 115 is coming, though some of it several years away at best. Morning traffic congestion along N.C. 150 in Mooresville is likey to continue. Davie Hinshaw Oberserver file

Soaring population in Lake Norman adds to urgency over traffic congestion, roads

June 04, 2016 09:09 AM

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