I-40 West reopened Friday afternoon.
I-95 is closed in multiple locations because of flooding.
I-95 South closed between Exit 81 (I-40) and Exit 77 (Hodges Chapel Road), in Johnston County
I-95 South closed between Exit 56 (US-301) and Exit 13 (I-74), in Cumberland and Robeson County.
I-95 North is closed between Exit 13 (US-74) and Exit 22 (US-301), in Robeson County.
An updated detour for I-95 has been posted by the North Carolina Highway Patrol.
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To avoid congestion on the provided detour route, motorists entering North Carolina from Virginia on I-95 are encouraged to use the following alternate routes:
All southbound traffic from North Carolina/Virginia state line should travel south on I-95 to US-64 West Once on US-64 West, travel west toward I-440 West Once on I-440 West, motorists will travel to US-1 South From US-1 South, motorists will continue to US-501 South in Aberdeen/Southern Pines Continue on US-501 South through Aberdeen toward US-74 East Motorists will then travel US-74 East to I-95 South
Motorists traveling on I-95 South from US-264 may use the following alternate route:
Travel south on I-95 to I-40 West. Once on I-40 West, travel west toward Sanford/US 1 South Motorists will then travel US 1 South to US 501 South Once on 501 South, travel toward US-74 East Motorists will then travel US-74 East to I-95 South
Motorists traveling southbound on I-95 from I-40 should use the following detour:
All southbound traffic will be required to exit off onto US-301 (Exit 56) and travel toward NC-162 West Motorists will then travel NC-162 West toward US-401 South Once on US-401 South, motorists will travel to US-74 East Motorists will then travel US-74 East to I-95 South
Motorists traveling northbound on I-95 should use the following detour:
All northbound traffic will be required to exit onto US-74 West (Exit 13) and travel westbound towards Laurinburg Once on US-74, motorists will then travel towards US-501 North Once on US-501, motorists will then travel to US-1 North towards Sanford Once on US-1, motorists will travel north to I-40 East until merging onto I-95
All lanes of I-95 have reopened in South Carolina.
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