One person died after a head-on crash Wednesday on Wilkesboro Highway.
Eastbound Interstate 40 is closed near Mocksville because of a Monday afternoon crash in a construction zone that involved several vehicles.
A wreck involving a tractor-trailer and at least two other vehicles has the southbound lanes of Interstate 77 closed between exits 42 and 36.
One person received serious injuries and three others were treated for minor injuries after a wreck that closed Interstate 40 west for two hou…
An overturned box truck has both westbound lanes of Interstate 40 near mile maker 147 closed.
A tractor-trailer carrying approximately 50,000 pounds of packages crashed on Interstate 77 south late Thursday morning.
A crash involving four tractor-trailers resulted in one man being airlifted from the scene and the traffic backups caused wrecks in Catawba County.
A wreck involving three tractor-trailers closed one lane of Interstate 77 near exit 42 for approximately seven hours Tuesday.
A wreck reportedly involving three tractor-trailers has one of the northbound lanes of Interstate 77 closed near exit 42.
This morning, the N.C. Department of Transportation temporarily closed a small section of I-40 West in Iredell County to repair a concrete slab.
Atlantic County on Friday issued the following traffic advisories for the week ahead in Egg Harbor Township:
One lane of Interstate 77 south is shut down due to an overturned dump truck near the 47 mile marker.
Victory Lanes owner Paul Kreins gave people the bad news when they called to make lane reservations: The bowling alley, closed since March 17 …
Two wrecks closed Interstate 40 near the 143 mile maker Thursday afternoon.
The construction in the toll lane area of I-77 will continue this week.
While people are starting to get out more, the construction in the express lanes on I-77 continues.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Lane closings are scheduled for Tuesday at Fire and Old Egg Harbor roads, Atlantic County officials said Friday.
The I-77 construction continues in the Iredell County area.
As any driving instructor will tell you, our hands tend to follow our eyes, and if you’re looking at the scenery or down at your phone, it can be easy to wander out of your lane without noticing. That’s why lane-departure warning systems are becoming more common in new vehicles.