Troy Bypass (NC 24-27)
Type: New Road
Affected Counties: Montgomery
Estimated Cost: $49,763,000
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) proposed this nearly $50 million project to create a bypass on NC Hwy 24-27 around Troy, North Carolina.
The Troy Bypass will be built on the south side of Troy from SR 1138 and rejoin the existing portion of 24-27 east of Little River.
According to the NCDOT, the purpose of this project is to improve traffic flow and prepare for future traffic increases.
The Troy Bypass will be a four-lane highway, according to the Montgomery Herald. The NCDOT is also planning to widen parts of 24-27 to handle the traffic increases, but that project (R-2527) is currently scheduled for reprioritization.
- Montgomery Herald: NC Hwy. 24/27 Troy bypass update
- Montgomery Herald: NC 24/27, Troy Bypass: Changes in plan shot down for now
- Right-of-Way Acquisition: January, 2013
- Construction: November 2014
Right-of-way acquisitions are currently underway. It is estimated that as many 50 homes and businesses could be affected by Troy Bypass project. The NCDOT has budgeted $49,763,000 for property takings.
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