This week's edition of “NCDOT Now,” the department's weekly video news update, is now online. Just click below to watch it.
Our accelerated bridge program is the proud recipient of a national excellence award. Find out how it’s making a difference in the health of our state’s transportation system. A Raleigh DMV employee is the first person honored with the Governor’s Service Award. We’ll explain why his commitment to assisting customers earned him this accolade. From the DMV mobile unit to Safety City, we had a significant presence at the North Carolina State Fair. See how many thousands of people we served during the 10-day event.
There are 16.4 million American children living in poverty. That's nearly one quarter (22.6%) of all of our children. More alarming is that the percentage of poor children has climbed by 4.5 percent  since the start of the Great Recession in 2007. And poor means poor. For a family of three with one child under 18, the poverty line is $18,400. Meanwhile, the stock market is booming. Banks, hedge funds and private equity firms are making tens of billions of dollars again , while the luxury housing and goods markets are skyrocketing.
- A 12-year-old Fights Against Voter Suppression Efforts in North Carolina
- Youth Unemployment at 15.9% in September Generation Opportunity releases Millennial Jobs Report
- The Carolinas Connection: From Carolinas Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc.
- Coping with Student Loan Repayment: Report Shares Problems, Offers Options for Borrowers
- NCDOT Begins Fortify Project and Introduces New Website to Informand Better Connect Commuters