DOT Helping McAdenville Traffic

The N.C. Department of Transportation is working to help traffic flow smoothly into and around Christmas Town, USA.

mcadenville+traffic+flowCHARLOTTE, N.C. — The N.C. Department of Transportation is working to help traffic flow smoothly into and around Christmas Town, USA.

Over half a million visitors will travel through McAdenville in Gaston County this holiday season for a glimpse of the town’s iconic light display.

Keeping traffic flowing on the roads that lead to Christmas Town, USA, will be a priority for NCDOT.

By helping to manage traffic for McAdenville’s visitors, the Department can keep traffic moving for drivers who are passing through to other destinations.

Message boards on I-85 will inform drivers of the following:

  • Drivers coming from Charlotte should use U.S. 74 (Wilkinson Boulevard) into McAdenville
  • An alternate route is from I-85 South to exit 27 (N.C. 273) to U.S. 74
  • Motorists driving north on I-85 should use exit 22 (Lowell) into McAdenville
  • The ramp from I-85 North to Exit 23 (N.C. 7) will be closed nightly during events.
  • Motorists should slow down and expect delays during the holiday season.
  • Traffic volume is typically heavier on Friday and Saturday evenings.

For more information about Christmas Town, USA, click here.