Project Type: Roadway Improvements
Affected County: Pitt
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) is proposing possible improvements to the Stantonsburg Road (US 264 Business)/Memorial Drive (NC11) in Pitt County. Located southwest of the city of Greenville, the 12.4-mile stretch of road will begin south of NC 102 and end at the existing US 264 interchange.
Construction of The Greenville Southwest Bypass (R-2250) is underway and is expected to be complete in June 2020.
Under the North Carolina Map Act, many property owners in the region have been prevented from obtaining building permits, doing renovations on their homes or businesses, and subdividing or otherwise developing their lands. At Henson Fuerst, we are currently representing North Carolina land owners affected by the Map Act, and we have filed lawsuits alleging that the protected corridors are unconstitutional, improperly deprive landowners of the free use of their land, and have caused significant financial loss.
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