Motor vehicles are shown driving Wednesday morning on the westbound lane of the Wright Memorial Bridge after the N.C. Department of Transportation opened it after being closed for eight months. The closing of the structure was for a $6.3 million repair project.

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Motor vehicles are shown driving Wednesday morning on the westbound lane of the Wright Memorial Bridge after the N.C. Department of Transportation opened it after being closed for eight months. The closing of the structure was for a $6.3 million repair project.

DOT reopens westbound Wright Memorial Bridge

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The N.C. Department of Transportation reopened the westbound Wright Memorial Bridge over the Currituck Sound Wednesday morning, eight months after closing the structure for a $6.3 million repair project.

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