Mount Misery Road is scheduled to reopen towards of the end of September.
NCDOT crews have been working on the Brunswick County road since June to replace two metal pipes that currently serve Rowel Branch River.
In addition to that, various storm drainage and roadway operations are being done.
The original opening date was scheduled for mid-September, but because of the recent rain, the project has been delayed.
According to transportation officials, crews are now close to finishing at the end of next month, but we are told the contractor will do what they can to expedite the work.
Lincoln Road will still be accessible from Mt. Misery Road.
The following detours are available:
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