NCDOT Now: Bonner Bridge Lawsuit, Ferry Crew Honored, Child Passenger Safety Week Starts Tuesday, September 17, 2013

This week's edition of “NCDOT Now,” the department's weekly video news update, is now online. Just click below to watch it.


This week on “NCDOT Now”: 

  • A federal judge makes an important ruling in the Bonner Bridge lawsuit. Listen as NCDOT Secretary Tony Tata explains why the decision is a critical step forward in the effort to replace the aging Dare County bridge.
  • An NCDOT ferry captain credits the quick response of his crew for saving his life after he collapsed onboard the boat. Find out how the department honored these heroes for their brave actions.
  • It’s now easier to walk, run or ride your bike along N.C. 12 in the Outer Banks. We’ll show you where a new pathway just opened along the scenic coastal highway.
  • Child Passenger Safety Week is under way in North Carolina. Learn why installing your car seat the right way can make all the difference during a crash.

“NCDOT Now” is posted every week. A video podcast version is available via iTunes. People with digital media players, such as iPods or iPads, as well as smartphones, can download “NCDOT Now” directly to their devices and play them back anytime, anywhere and get automatic updates of new programs. Subscribe for free by clicking here.

“NCDOT Now” is also available on the department’s YouTube page. Current and past editions of the broadcast are easily accessible by clicking on “Playlists” and selecting “NCDOT Now.”

An RSS feed of the program is also offered for those who want to subscribe and receive automatic updates via email each time a new edition is posted.

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