U.S. Route 70 in North Carolina

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This article is about the section of U.S. Route 70 in North Carolina. For the entire length of the highway, see U.S. Route 70.

U.S. Route 70 marker

U.S. Route 70
Route information
Maintained by NCDOT
Length: 488 mi[1] (785 km)
Existed: 1927 – present
Major junctions
West end: US 25 / US 70 / SR 9 at the TN line near Hot Springs
 

I‑26 / I‑240 in Asheville
I‑77 in Statesville
I‑74 / US 311 in High Point
I‑73 / I‑85 / US 421 in Greensboro
I‑40 / I‑85 Bus. in Greensboro
I‑540 near Raleigh
I‑440 / US 1 in Raleigh
I‑95 near Selma

I‑795 in Goldsboro
East end: School Drive in Atlantic
Location
Counties: Madison, Buncombe, McDowell, Burke, Catawba, Iredell, Rowan, Davidson, Randolph, Guilford, Alamance, Orange, Durham, Wake, Johnston, Wayne, Lenoir, Jones, Craven, Carteret
Highway system
NC 69 NC 71

U.S. Route 70 traverses approximately 488 miles (785 km) across North Carolina; from the Tennessee state line, near Hot Springs, to the community of Atlantic, along the Pamlico Sound coastline.[1][2]

Route description[edit]

U.S. 70 enters North Carolina on a two-lane road, also signed as U.S. Route 25. The duplex is signed along a divided highway from Marshall to U.S. Route 19 north of Asheville where it splits off from U.S. 25. From here, U.S. 70 parallels Interstate 40. From the town of Ridgecrest at the top of the Blue Ridge, U.S. 70 merges with I-40. It splits from I-40 again at the bottom of the grade at Old Fort, then passing through the towns of Marion, Nebo, Morganton, Hickory, Conover, Statesville and Salisbury, where it changes course and heads northeast.

U.S. 70 parallels Interstate 85 to High Point, sharing a divided highway with U.S. Route 29. The two roads separate in Greensboro, and U.S. Route 70 joins Wendover Avenue out of the city and continues east along the Interstate 40 corridor. Halfway to the Research Triangle, US 70 passes through the major retail district for Burlington. It then becomes a two lane road until it reaches Durham where U.S 70 turns southeast as a divided highway. The road passes straight through downtown Raleigh, before heading back east and away from Interstate 40.

A divided highway from Raleigh to the Atlantic Coastal Plain, U.S. 70 traverses Eastern North Carolina in an east by southeasterly direction. As of 2008, the Clayton Bypass carries US 70 around Clayton, North Carolina. It is signed along as bypass roads around Smithfield (through Selma) and Goldsboro and a freeway around New Bern and is a divided highway again through the Croatan National Forest and Havelock, passing Atlantic Beach in Carteret County, the eastern terminus of NC 24. From here, U.S. 70 maintains a two-lane road with a widened shoulder, to the town of Sealevel and the southern terminus of NC 12. The last few miles of U.S. 70 are signed along a road from Sealevel to its eastern terminus in the town of Atlantic.

History[edit]

US 29/US 70/NC 150, along WilCox Way towards Spencer

Clayton Bypass[edit]

The Clayton Bypass is a four-lane highway opened on June 9, 2008, in Johnston County, North Carolina, United States, that carries mainline US 70 around the city of Clayton, North Carolina. It connects Interstate 40 near the southeastern corner of Wake County to US 70 just northwest of Smithfield. It is intended to reduce congestion on US 70 in the vicinity of Clayton, cutting an estimated 15 minutes of travel time for drivers traveling between Raleigh and the eastern part of the state,[3][4] but concerns have been expressed that it will increase congestion on a heavily traveled stretch of Interstate 40 in southeastern Wake County.[5]

Construction[edit]

The bypass was first planned in 1991, but several setbacks, including controversy over building a bridge through territory of an endangered mussel, held up beginning the project until 2005. Originally scheduled for completion in June 2009,[6] a severe drought in the area through most of 2007 and into the spring of 2008 allowed construction to proceed more rapidly than anticipated, and the highway was opened June 9, 2008.[4]

Specifications[edit]

The western end of the bypass connects to I-40 approximately four miles southeast of the current I-40/US 70 interchange. The eastern end connects to the US 70 bypass and business routes northwest of Smithfield, North Carolina. The combination results in an effectively continuous business route passing through Clayton and Smithfield and an effectively continuous bypass passing south of Clayton and north of Smithfield (and east of the community of Cleveland). Drivers are thus able to bypass Clayton, Smithfield, or both.

The Clayton Bypass is a limited access freeway of two lanes in each direction, with interchanges at I-40, NC 42, Ranch Road, and US 70 between Clayton and Smithfield, North Carolina. To complete the bypass and connect with US 70 Business, the US 70 bypass actually overlaps with I-40 for four miles (6 km) in southeastern Wake County southeast of Garner.

Electronic signs provide traffic information and estimates of travel time, a first in the area,[5] and cameras and pavement sensors provide traffic engineers real-time information about the number of vehicles and their speeds.

Future[edit]

A multi-county project called the "Super 70 Corridor" is currently in various stages of construction and planning in the following counties: Wake, Johnston, Wayne, Lenoir, Jones, Craven, and Carteret. Goal is to make US 70 from Raleigh to Morehead City into a limited-access freeway. The project also organizes all various projects in an order that is agreed to the counties involved.[7][8]

Projects currently involved:

  • Goldsboro Bypass - 20.6-mile (33.2 km) bypass from west of NC 581 to east of SR 1323. Estimated cost $234 million; currently under construction.[9]
  • Kinston Bypass - 12.4-mile (20.0 km) bypass south of Kinston. Estimated cost $181 million; currently in planning and environmental study.[10][11][12]
  • Havelock Bypass - 9-mile (14 km) bypass west of Havelock. Estimated cost $140.4 million; acquisition purchases begin August, 2013, with construction planned for August, 2015.[13]
  • Beaufort Bypass - 2.2-mile (3.5 km) bypass north of Beaufort. Estimated cost $73.,currently under construction(started in July 2012).[14]

Junction list[edit]

County Location Mile[1] km Exit Destinations Notes
Madison State line 0.0 0.0 US 25 north / US 70 west / SR 9 west
Hot Springs 5.8 9.3 NC 209 south (Lance Avenue) – Lake Junaluska
Hurricane 11.0 17.7 NC 208 north – Greeneville
Walnut 16.5 26.6 NC 213 west – Walnut West end of NC 213 overlap
Marshall 20.0 32.2
US 25 Bus. south / US 70 Bus. south (Main Street) – Marshall
  22.3 35.9 NC 213 east (Hayes Run Road) – Mars Hill East end of NC 213 overlap
  23.5 37.8 NC 251 south (Tillery Branch Road)
  25.3 40.7
US 25 Bus. north / US 70 Bus. north (Ivy River Road) – Marshall
Buncombe Weaverville 32.0 51.5 I‑26 west / US 19 north / US 23 north – Mars Hill, Johnson City West end of I-26 overlap, north end of US 19/23 overlap
US 70 overlaps with Interstate 26 (exits 19 to 26) and Interstate 240 (exits 4A to 5B).
Buncombe Asheville 41.5 66.8 I‑240 east East end of I-240 overlap
41.8 67.3 NC 694 north (Town Mountain Road) To Blue Ridge Parkway
42.6 68.6 I‑240 / Chunns Cove Road
43.4 69.8 US 74A east (South Tunnel Road) East end of US 74A overlap
43.6 70.2 I‑240 Three-level diamond interchange
45.5 73.2 NC 81 west (Swannanoa River Road)
46.1 74.2 Blue Ridge Parkway
Black Mountain 55.8 89.8 NC 9 (Montreat Road/Broadway Avenue) – Montreat, Bat Cave
56.5 90.9 I‑40 west – Asheville West end of I-40 overlap, eastbound exit and westbound entrance
US 70 overlaps with Interstate 40 (exits 65 to 72).
McDowell Old Fort 63.5 102.2 I‑40 east – Hickory, Statesville East end of I-40 overlap, eastbound entrance and westbound exit
  73.0 117.5 NC 80 north (Lake Tahoma Road) To Mount Mitchell State Park
Marion 74.8 120.4 US 221 / NC 226 – Spruce Pine, Newland
75.0 120.7
US 221 Bus. north (Main Street) – Spruce Pine, Newland
North end of US 221 Business overlap
77.2 124.2
US 221 Bus. south (Main Street) – Rutherfordton
South end of US 221 Business overlap
Nebo 82.2 132.3 NC 126 east To Lake James State Park
Burke Morganton 96.2 154.8
US 64 east / US 70 Bus. east (Union Street)
East end of US 64 overlap
97.3 156.6
US 64 west / US 64 Bus. east (Burkemont Avenue) – Rutherfordton
West end of US 64 overlap
98.4 158.4 NC 18 (Sterling Street) – Shelby
100.5 161.7
US 70 Bus. west (Union Street)
Drexel 104.0 167.4 NC 114 (Drexel Road)
Catawba Hickory 118.5 190.7
US 321 / US 321 Bus. – Lenoir, Boone, Lincolnton, Gastonia
North end of US 321 Business overlap
119.5 192.3 NC 127Downtown Hickory
121.5 195.5 Lenoir Rhyne Boulevard
Conover 126.5 203.6
US 321 Bus. south to NC 16 Bus. – Newton
South end of US 321 Business overlap
127.8 205.7 NC 16 – Denver
Catawba 134.5 216.5 NC 10 – Newton
Iredell Statesville 145.8 234.6 US 64 / NC 90 – Taylorsville
148.0 238.2 US 21 / NC 115 (Shelton Avenue) – Troutman
149.2 240.1 I‑77 – Charlotte, Elkin
Rowan   162.4 261.4 NC 801 south – Mooresville South end of NC 801 overlap
  164.0 263.9 NC 801 north – Cooleemee North end of NC 801 overlap
Salisbury 170.0 273.6 US 601 north (Jake Alexander Boulevard) – Mocksville North end of US 601 overlap
172.5 277.6 NC 150 (Mooresville Road) – Mooresville
173.5 279.2 US 29 south (Main Street) / US 601 south (Jake Alexander Boulevard) – China Grove south end of US 29/601 overlap
174.3 280.5 NC 150 west (Mooresville Road) south end of US 29/601 overlap
175.5 282.4 Innes Street
Davidson   183.0 294.5 I‑85 south / US 52 south / NC 150 north – Salisbury, Charlotte south end of I-85 and US 52 overlap, north end of NC 150 overlap
Interchange closed because of reconstruction of Wil-Cox Bridge and new interchange; temp route via Andrews Street[15][16]
US 70 overlaps with Interstate 85 (exits 83 to 87).
Davidson   187.5 301.8 I‑85 south – Salisbury, Charlotte Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; south end of I-85 Business overlap
  188.0 302.6 84 NC 47 east to I‑85 north – Linwood To Davidson County Airport
  188.8 303.8 85 Green Needles Road
Lexington 190.0 305.8 86 Salisbury Road – Downtown Lexington
191.0 307.4 87 US 52 north – Winston-Salem North end of US 52 overlap; Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
192.0 309.0 Old US 64
192.7 310.1 US 64 west – Mocksville West end of US 64 overlap
193.5 311.4 NC 8 (Winston Road) – Lexington, Winston-Salem
194.0 312.2 US 64 east – Asheboro East end of US 64 overlap
Thomasville 201.5 324.3 Lexington Avenue – Thomasville Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
204.0 328.3 NC 109 (Salem Street) – Thomasville, Winston-Salem
205.5 330.7 NC 68 (National Highway) – Thomasville, West High Point To Piedmont Triad International Airport
Randolph High Point 207.0 333.1 Old Thomasville Road – High Point
Guilford 207.5 333.9 Prospect Street
208.5 335.5 West Green Drive
209.3 336.8 Surrett Drive
210.0 338.0 Main Street – High Point
211.0 339.6 I‑74 / US 311 / Brentwood Street – Winston-Salem, Asheboro Brentwood Street has a separate exit northbound
212.0 341.2 Baker Road
213.5 343.6 Kivett Drive – East High Point
Greensboro 216.0 347.6 Vickery Chapel Road / Guildford College Road – Jamestown
217.0 349.2 I‑85 south – Salisbury, Charlotte South end of I-85 overlap
US 70 overlaps with Interstate 85 (exits 118 to 120A).
Guilford Greensboro 219.0 352.4 33 I‑85 south – Salisbury, Charlotte
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I‑73 north / US 421 north to I‑40 west / Groometown Road – Winston-Salem
North end of I-85 overlap; southbound exit and northbound entrance
I-73/US421/Groometown Road access southbound only
220.0 354.1 34 Holden Road
221.0 355.7 35A US 220 south – Asheboro
221.2 356.0 35B No image wide.svgTo plate blue.svg
US 220 north to I‑40 west Coliseum Area
No westbound exit
221.8 357.0 35C Rehobeth Church Road / Vandalia Road
223.0 358.9 36 I‑40 west / Randleman Road – Winston-Salem West end of I-40 overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
US 70 overlaps with Interstate 40 (exits 219 to 223).
Guilford Greensboro 225.0 362.1 I‑40 east / I‑85 Bus. north – Burlington, Durham, Raleigh East end of I-40 and north end of I-85 Business overlap; westbound exit and eastbound entrance
225.8 363.4 Florida Street Eastbound exit and entrance only
226.5 364.5 Lee Street Two exits signed east and west
227.2 365.6 Market Street To North Carolina A&T State University
227.6 366.3 Sullivan Street Eastbound exit and entrance only
227.8 366.6 Bessemer Street
228.0 366.9 US 29 north / US 220 north (Wendover Avenue) – Reidsville North end of US 29/220 overlap, two exits signed east and west
229.5 369.3 Huffine Mill Road
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I‑840 to I‑40 to I‑85
Whitsett 240.0 386.2 NC 100 east – Gibsonville
240.2 386.6 NC 61 – Gibsonville
Alamance Burlington 246.0 395.9 NC 54 east (Chapel Hill Road) / NC 62 south (Alamance Road) – Alamance South end of NC 62 overlap
247.8 398.8 NC 87 / NC 100 (Webb Avenue)
248.2 399.4 NC 62 north (Rauhunt Street) – Yanceyville North end of NC 62 overlap
Haw River 252.8 406.8 NC 49 – Graham
Mebane 257.5 414.4 NC 119 (Second Street/Fifth Street) Brief .2 miles (0.32 km) concurrency
Orange   265.0 426.5 To plate blue.svgTo plate blue.svg
To I‑40 to I‑85 (U.S. 70 Connector) – Greensboro
South end of NC 86 Truck overlap; westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Hillsborough 266.8 429.4
US 70 Bus. east (Revere Road)
267.2 430.0 NC 86 (Churton Street) to NC 57 – Yanceyville, Roxboro North end of NC 86 Truck overlap
  271.0 436.1
US 70 Bus. west – Hillsborough
Eno 274.0 441.0
I‑85 south / US 70 Bus. east – Greensboro, Durham
South end of I-85 overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
US 70 overlaps with Interstate 85 (exits 170 to 178).
Durham Durham 282.0 453.8 285 I‑85 north / US 15 north – Sanford, Petersburg North end of I-85/US 15 overlap
283.0 455.4 286 Cheek Road
284.0 457.1 NC 98 (Holloway Street) – Durham, Wake Forest
284.8 458.3
US 70 Bus. west (Miami Boulevard) – Durham
Westbound exit and Eastbound entrance
Wake Raleigh 292.0 469.9 292 No image wide.svgTo plate blue.svgTo plate wide.svg
I‑540 to I‑40 to US 1 – Wake Forest, RDU Airport
292.5 470.7 293 Lumley Road / Westgate Road
299.0 481.2 NC 50 north – Creedmoor North end of NC 50 overlap
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I‑440 / US 1 to US 64 – Sanford, Rocky Mount, Wake Forest, Wilson
303.0 487.6 US 401 north (Capital Boulevard) – Wake Forest, Louisburg North end of US 401 overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
303.6 488.6 Peace Street
305.0 490.8 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard / Western Boulevard
306.0 492.5 I‑40 / US 64 – Cary, Chapel Hill, Benson
307.0 494.1 Wilmington Street – Downtown Raleigh
Garner 308.0 495.7 US 401 south – Fuquay-Varina, Fayetteville South end of US 401 overlap; to Wake Tech College
310.0 498.9 Vandora Springs Road
311.0 500.5 NC 50 south (Benson Road) – Garner, Benson South end of NC 50 overlap
313.0 503.7
I‑40 west / US 70 Bus. east – Raleigh, Clayton
West end of I-40 overlap
US 70 overlaps with Interstate 40 (exits 306 to 309).
Wake   317.6 511.1 318 I‑40 east – Benson, Wilmington East end of I-40 overlap
Johnston   320.0 515.0 320 NC 42 – Clayton
  323.0 519.8 323 Ranch Road
  326.0 524.6 326
US 70 Bus. – Smithfield
  333.0 535.9 333 Buffalo Road
  334.0 537.5 334
US 70 Byp. east – Goldsboro
Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Selma 335.0 539.1 US 301 / NC 39 north / NC 96 – Smithfield, Selma
335.6 540.1 I‑95 – Benson, Wilson
335.9 540.6 US 70A east – Pine Level
  336.2 541.1 336
US 70 Byp. west – Raleigh
Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
  338.0 544.0
US 70 Bus. west – Smithfield
  344.0 553.6 US 70A west – Pine Level
Wayne   353.0 568.1 NC 581
Goldsboro 356.5 573.7 No image wide.svgTo plate wide.svg
I‑795 to US 117 south – Wilson, Wilmington
357.0 574.5
US 13 south / US 117 south / US 70 Bus. east – Mount Olive, Goldsboro
South end of US 13/117 overlap
357.5 575.3 US 117 north – Wilson North end of US 117 overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance; to Gov. Charles B. Aycock Birthplace
358.0 576.1
US 117 Bus. / NC 111 north (William Street) to US 117
North end of NC 111 overlap
359.0 577.8 Wayne Memorial Drive
360.7 580.5 Cuyler Best Road / Spence Avenue
361.5 581.8 US 13 north (Berkeley Boulevard) – Snow Hill North end of US 13 overlap; to Seymour Johnson AFB
363.0 584.2
US 70 Bus. west (Ash Street)
364.0 585.8 NC 111 south – Beulaville South end of NC 111 overlap; to Cliffs of the Neuse State Park
Lenoir La Grange 372.0 598.7 NC 903 – La Grange
Kinston 381.7 614.3 US 258 north – Snow Hill North end of US 258 overlap; to North Carolina Global TransPark
382.0 614.8
US 70 Bus. east / US 258 Bus. south – Kinston
384.5 618.8 NC 11 / NC 55 (Old Pink Hill Road) – Pink Hill, Mount Olive
385.0 619.6
US 258 south / US 70 Bus. west / US 258 Bus. north / NC 58 north – Richlands, Kinston
South end of US 258 overlap, north end of NC 58 overlap
386.0 621.2 NC 58 south – Trenton South end of US 58 overlap
Jones   393.0 632.5 Old US Highway 70 – Dover
Craven   402.0 647.0 NC 41 west (Trenton Road) – Cove City, Trenton
  408.0 656.6 Tuscarora-Rhems Road
  411.0 661.4 409 Clark Road
  411.5 662.2 411 US 17 south – Jacksonville South end of US 17 overlap
  412.8 664.3 412 NC 43 north – Greenville, Vanceboro
New Bern 415.0 667.9 Glenburnie Road To Craven Community College
416.0 669.5
US 17 Bus. / US 70 Bus. east – Jacksonville
417.7 672.2 416 Country Club Road
419.0 674.3 417
US 17 north / US 17 Bus. south / US 70 Bus. west / NC 55 – Bayboro, Washington
Signed as exits 417A (south) and 417B (north)
Havelock 435.0 700.1 NC 101 east (Fontana Boulevard)
Carteret Morehead City 449.0 722.6 NC 24 west – Jacksonville
453.0 729.0 To plate wide.svg
To NC 58 – Atlantic Beach
To Fort Macon State Park
Beaufort 458.0 737.1 NC 101 west
  467.0 751.6 Harkers Island Road – Harkers Island To Cape Lookout Lighthouse
Smyrna 469.0 754.8 Marshallberg Road – Marshallberg
Sea Level 483.0 777.3 NC 12 north – Cedar Island
Atlantic 488.0 785.4 School Drive – Cedar Island East end of US 70; road ends 2,500 feet (760 m) at Little Port Brook
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ newsobserver.com | U.S. 70 bypass to open in '08
  4. ^ a b Bypass will speed trip east of Raleigh on U.S. 70, I-40 :: WRAL.com
  5. ^ a b newsobserver.com | Clayton Bypass completion is in sight
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