Windsor Bypass

The Windsor Bypass represents the last link in establishing a 4-lane highway from the North Carolina’s state line in Camden to Raleigh. The project included upgrading a section of the existing Highway 17 to a high-speed, multi-lane highway, bypassing the town of Windsor in Bertie County. The project consisted of 2.3 miles of widening existing roadway from two lanes to four and 7.3 miles of new alignment, 4-lane divided highway, as well as dual 1,700-foot bridges across the Cashie River.