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The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has proposed improving sections of CSX tracks in Scotland and Bladen counties to help alleviate traffic congestion and allow freight-rail transportation to grow.The NCDOT Rail Division's proposal calls for using a federal grant to improve the tracks to reduce freight-rail delays, improve air quality and lower highway congestion, department officials said in a press release.Part of a busy freight line between Wilmington and Charlotte, the tracks reduce the number of heavy trucks on state highways, they said.NCDOT will host a hearing Aug. 31 in Laurinburg to solicit public opinion on the project proposal. Additional details can be viewed on the department's website as they become available.
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