Tell me about problems you've had on Interstate 95 -- when and where it's especially congested, bumpy, dangerous, slow. And what we should do to make it better.
I'm reporting this week on prospects for improving I-95 from border to border in eastern North Carolina, and the likelihood that drivers will pay tolls to help cover the expense. I'd like to get the perspective of business travelers, commuters, truckers, vacationers and others who drive I-95.
Please e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org). Don't forget to include your phone and other contact info, so I can get back to you.
NCDOT is spending the next year or so studying Interstate 95, from border to border -- what it needs and how to pay for it. State officials say tolls are a likely revenue source.
Meanwhile, Virginia's governor is talking up the idea of collecting tolls on I-95 at its border with North Carolina.