North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 136. Transportation

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  • Article 1. Organization of Department of Transportation
  • Article 2. Powers and Duties of Department and Board of Transportation
  • Article 2A. State Transportation Generally
  • Article 2B. Public Transportation
  • Article 2D. Railroad Revitalization
  • Article 2E. Transportation Corridor Official Map Act
  • Article 3. State Highway System
  • Article 3A. Transportation Systems in and Around Municipalities
  • Article 3B. Dedication of Right-Of-Way with Density or Development Rights Transfer
  • Article 4. Neighborhood Roads, Cartways, Church Roads, Etc.
  • Article 4A. Bicycle and Bikeway Act of 1974
  • Article 5. Bridges
  • Article 6. Ferries, Etc., and Toll Bridges
  • Article 6D. Controlled-Access Facilities
  • Article 6H. Public Toll Roads and Bridges
  • Article 7. Miscellaneous Provisions
  • Article 9. Condemnation
  • Article 10. Preservation, Etc., of Scenic Beauty of Areas Along Highways
  • Article 10A. Litter Prevention Account
  • Article 11. Outdoor Advertising Control Act
  • Article 11A. Exemption and Deferment from Removal of Certain Directional Signs, Displays, and Devices
  • Article 11B. Tourist-Oriented Directional Sign Program
  • Article 12. Junkyard Control Act
  • Article 14. North Carolina Highway Trust Fund
  • Article 14B. Strategic Prioritization Funding Plan for Transportation Investments
  • Article 15. Railroads
  • Article 16. Planning
  • Article 17. Rural Transportation Planning Organizations
  • Article 18. Virginia-North Carolina Interstate High-Speed RAIL Compact
  • Article 18A. North Carolina and South Carolina RAIL Compact
  • Article 19. Congestion Relief and Intermodal 21st Century Transportation Fund
  • Article 20. North Carolina State Ports Authority

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