The Monroe Bypass from Marshville to Matthews received the go-ahead from the NC Department of Transportation. The construction has been held up by environmental lawsuits in the past.

The NCDOT has stated that it has completed the purchase of 116 properties. Another 87 property owners have reached a settlement with the NCDOT.

There are a total of 484 properties needed to complete the project. The goal of the project is to alleviate traffic on U.S. 74.

If you are a property owner and need legal assistance with your condemnation claim with the North Carolina Department of Transportation, then

Call the NC Eminent Domain Attorneys at Hendrick Bryant Nerhood Sanders & Otis LLP

336-723-7200

We fight for your rights and your just compensation.

We’re the firm that won the landmark Kirby v. NCDOT case in 2015 on behalf of property owners in an inverse condemnation case.

North Carolina Turnpike Authority Monroe Bypass Map.pdf