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Only a half-mile separates the two parts of the Rodanthe Bridge

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The Rodanthe Bridge is 75% complete and NCDOT is aiming to finish the structure by the end of 2021 or the beginning of 2022.

Expenditures now total $133.26 million.

A half-mile separates the two construction sides of the bridge. That closeness is reflected in the bridge parts already placed: 90 of 108 bents installed with 297 of 352 piles driven; 288 of 388 girders set; and 80 of 107 deck spans cast.

NCDOT project manager Pablo Hernandez said the piles are still difficult to

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