North Carolina Gov.-elect Pat McCrory is calling for a 25-year transportation and infrastructure plan "to send a clear signal to the business community of the state's future investment in roads, railroads, bridges, ports, airports, and other infrastructure," according to a report by the News & Observer.

McCrory, a Republican and former mayor of Charlotte, won 54.7% of the vote on Nov. 6 in the race for the governor's office against Democrat Walter Dalton.

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