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The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) contains funding information and schedules for various transportation divisions including: highways, aviation, enhancements, public transportation, rail, bicycle and pedestrians, and the Governor's Highway Safety Program(Source: NCDOT).

Below, you will find the major highlights of the Draft TIP for Pitt County, including project schedules for the County's transportation priorities, as adopted by the Board of County Commissioners.

Pitt County 2009-2015
Draft Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

  • Countywide Map



  • Priority 1 - Greenville Southwest Bypass


    Construct four lane divided facility on new location with a bypass of Winterville (7.8 miles).

  • Priority 2- Northeast Bypass
    US 264 / NC 33 Connector (Unfunded)


    Construct a four-lane, median divided, limited access facility on new location from US-264 Northeast Bypass to NC-33 East with a new bridge over the Tar River east of Greenville (9.2 miles).

  • Priority 3 - NC 33 West


    Widen roadway to a multi-lane rural section facility from US 264 in Greenville to US 64 southeast of Tarboro (17.9 miles).

  • Priority 4 - NC 903 North Improvements


    Improve NC 903 North to current roadway standards. Provide a safer and more efficient intersection by realigning the existing left turn lane on the eastern side of NC 30.


  • Priority 5 - Mills Road


    Widen to meet tolerable lane width requirements, including improving intersections from Hope Middle School to Black Jack-Grimesland Road (SR 1777) 2.3 Miles.