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NCDOT will start work Monday on a project, funded with federal stimulus dollars, to repave Wade Avenue inside the Raleigh Beltline.
All lanes will stay open during the weekday rush hour, 6-9 a.m. and 4-7 p.m.
But some lanes will be closed and traffic will be slowed at other times of the day and night, DOT says. Wade carries about 30,000 cars and trucks each day.
NCDOT also awarded a $1.2 million contract this summer to repave Glenwood Avenue inside the Beltline, but that job now is scheduled to start in March.
The Wade job is scheduled in two phases under terms of a $1.3 million contract with Rea Contracting of Charlotte.
The stretch from Faircloth Road to Oberlin Road is to be finished by Dec. 26. Work will resume in March, to finish repaving Wade from Oberlin to Capital Boulevard by June.