North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT)

The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) is one of North Carolina's largest state government agencies, with 12,000 employees. It is responsible for maintaining approximately 80,000 miles of roadways and 18,000 bridges and culverts across the state.

NCDOT regulates and implements programs to support rail, aviation, ferry, public transit and bicycle and pedestrian transportation. NCDOT also includes the Governor's Highway Safety Program, the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles, the North Carolina Turnpike Authority, the North Carolina State Ports Authority and the North Carolina Global TransPark. Because of such a large reach, NCDOT is important to maintaining and expanding economic opportunities statewide.

NCDOT is responsible for connecting people, products and places safely and efficiently with customer focus, accountability and environmental sensitivity in order to enhance the economy and vitality of North Carolina.

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