Mid-Currituck Bridge

With the construction of the Mid-Currituck bridge on the horizon, which will decrease the drive time to the northern Outer Banks by as much as an hour, we should expect demand for houses to increase in the northern beach areas of Duck and Corolla.

  • May 17 2010 - Duck
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Yes, I would expect it to have an impact on the area sales.
  • May 17 2010
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A Bridge from the Currituck Mainland to Corolla? Yep!

For about a decade, "the bridge" has been an almost mythical thing. Locals and Outer Banks vacationers occasionally have heard that a bridge connecting the Currituck Mainland and Corolla, NC was a possibility, but thought construction was still years away. Regardless if you are for it or against it, looks like change is going to happen. The N.C. Turnpike Authority plans for construction on the bridge to start before the end of 2012, with the span opening to traffic by 2017.  Why the Mid-Currituck Bridge project has been deemed important by the NC Turnpike Authority:

1. To improve traffic flow on US 158 and NC 12.

2. To significantly reduce travel time between the Currituck County Mainland and the Currituck Outer Banks,which includes Corolla and the  4x4 Beaches/Carova.

3. To greatly reduce travel time in the occurrence of a storm evacuation.

  • January 24 2012
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