Skyway closed indefinitely
North Carolina transportation officials say it may be several months before the Cherohala Skyway can be reopened after part of the westbound pavement collapsed 1,000 feet into a ravine in Graham County Thursday, Jan.
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#1 Jan 30, 2013
That will be just right for time for the riding season. What about the Smokies from Cherokee to Gatlinburg?
#2 Jan 31, 2013
latest news say the slide should be fixed by late may or june, that's hard to believe but that's what tdot quotes.
#3 Jan 31, 2013
I talked to two Park Rangers today and was told the same information. 4 months of hard work im sure.And why does this thing say im in Franklin? Im in Sylva.
#4 May 7, 2013
I wish people from out of here would pull over when they have 5 or more cars following them and they are running 10 mph under the speed limit. Either they are dumb or they don't respect us enough to do it. I pull over if I have cars behind me. Oh well.
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