CorelDraw Map Raleigh + Cary + Durham North Carolina US

Raleigh, Cary, and Durham are cities located in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina, and they are served by a variety of water resources and bridges. Here’s an overview of the water resources and notable bridges in the area:

Water Resources:

  1. Raleigh-Durham International Airport – The airport serves the region and has its own water supply and infrastructure for various purposes.
  2. Lake Crabtree County Park – Located near Raleigh-Durham International Airport, this park features Lake Crabtree, which serves as a local water resource and recreational area.
  3. Falls Lake – This reservoir on the Neuse River is a significant water source for the region. It provides drinking water, recreation, and flood control.
  4. Jordan Lake – Another major reservoir, Jordan Lake, is also a crucial source of drinking water and offers recreational opportunities such as boating, fishing, and camping.
  5. City of Raleigh’s Water Supply – The City of Raleigh manages several water treatment plants and sources to provide clean water to its residents. Lake Wheeler and the Neuse River are among the primary sources.
  6. Town of Cary’s Water Supply – Cary’s water supply comes from various sources, including Jordan Lake, and it is managed by the town’s utilities department.
  7. City of Durham’s Water Supply – Durham gets its water from various sources, including the Little River Reservoir and Lake Michie, which are part of its water supply system.


  1. Dorothea Dix Bridge – This pedestrian bridge spans across Western Boulevard in Raleigh, connecting the Dorothea Dix Park with the city.
  2. Crabtree Creek Greenway Bridge – A bridge that crosses Crabtree Creek in Raleigh and is part of the city’s greenway system.
  3. Cary Parkway Bridge – Located in Cary, this bridge crosses over US-1 and provides an important route for commuters.
  4. Durham Freeway (NC 147) Bridges – The Durham Freeway, also known as NC 147, features numerous bridges and overpasses as it cuts through Durham, providing vital transportation routes.
  5. Falls of Neuse Road Bridge – This bridge crosses over the Neuse River in Raleigh, connecting North Raleigh with the rest of the city.
  6. I-40 Bridges – Several bridges along Interstate 40, which runs through the Triangle area, including bridges over the Neuse River, Crabtree Creek, and more.
  7. American Tobacco Trail Bridges – The American Tobacco Trail features several pedestrian and cycling bridges as it traverses through the Durham area.

These are just a few examples of the water resources and bridges in the Raleigh, Cary, and Durham area. These resources and infrastructure play a critical role in the daily life and development of the region.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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