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Traffic counts for Wilmington streets

Find out how many vehicles use the streets you use in Wilmington at wmpo.org/trafficmap.html

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Potential transportation improvements
The Wilmington City Council will consider a bond referendum to allow for $55 million in transportation improvements within the city. Traffic has consistently been a primary concern for citizens in years of citizen surveys. [Read more...]
River to Sea Bicycle Ride May 3
The 25th Annual River to Sea Bike Ride will take place on Saturday, May 3. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. at Bailey's Park at the 100 block of N. Front Street (between Market and Princess streets). The ride will begin at 8:30 a.m. [Read more...]
Azalea Festival street closures
Find out what all the downtown traffic impacts are from the Azalea Festival and get a printable map showing downtown. [Read more...]
Market street closed April 14-17
Important information on the planned closure of Market Street between 17th and 23rd streets from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., April 14-17. [Read more...]
St. Pat's Day Parade traffic impacts
There will be a St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival downtown on Mar. 15 that will include some traffic impacts. [Read more...]
Sunday marathon traffic impacts
The 5th Annual 2014 Quintiles Wrightsville Beach Half & Full Marathon will take place on Sunday, March 16 and will impact traffic from Wrightsville Beach to Mayfaire. [Read more...]
Race for the Cure traffic impacts
The 2nd Annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure will take place in downtown Wilmington on Mar. 1. With 2,000 expected participants, there will be some traffic impacts for those who live or plan to travel downtown on Saturday before 5 p.m. [Read more...]
NCDOT closure
For three weeks starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 10, there will be significant traffic impacts where Burnett Boulevard/3rd Street, Front Street and Carolina Beach Road converge. [Read more...]
Targeting neighborhood speeding
The City of Wilmington is introducing a new initiative in the next few weeks to help address the issue of speeding in residential neighborhoods. 
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