Bumper-to-bumper traffic is backed up on U.S. Highway 158 through Currituck County - known as Shortcut Road - following a three-vehicle traffic accident near Maple Road, Monday. Currituck County could lose a $100 million

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Bumper-to-bumper traffic is backed up on U.S. Highway 158 through Currituck County - known as Shortcut Road - following a three-vehicle traffic accident near Maple Road, Monday. Currituck County could lose a $100 million "bonus allocation" for widening the two-lane thoroughfare from Belcross to Barco if an amendment to the recently passed state House budget isn't removed from the final state spending plan.

Tine amendment threatens 'bonus allocation’ for bridge

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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CURRITUCK — Currituck could lose a $100 million “bonus allocation” for widening a major thoroughfare through the county if one surprise addition to the state House budget is not removed from the state’s final spending plan.

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