List of U.S. Highways in North Carolina

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U.S. Highways of North Carolina
U.S. Route 64 marker
Highway marker for U.S. Highway 64
System information
Maintained by NCDOT
Formed: November 11, 1926 (1926-11-11)[1]
Length: 5,588.28 mi[2] (8,993.46 km)
Highway names
US Routes: U.S. Highway nn (US nn)
System links

There are 36 U.S. Highways that exist entirely or partially in the U.S. state of North Carolina. In North Carolina, all U.S. Highways are maintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT).


U.S. Highways[edit]

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
US 1 174.1 280.2 US 1 at the SC state line US 1 at the VA state line 1926 current
US 13 189.1 304.3 I-95/NC 295 in Eastover US 13 at the VA state line 1952 current
US 15 158.5 255.1 US 15 at the SC state line US 15 at the VA state line 1926 current
US 17 284.0 457.1 US 17 at the SC state line US 17 at the VA state line 1926 current
US 17-1 183.7[3] 295.6 US 17/NC 20 in Wilmington US 17-1 at the VA state line 1926 1932 Replaced by US 117 and US 301.
US 19 145.0 233.4 US 19/US 129/SR 11 at the GA state line US 19E/US 19W in Cane River 1926 current
US 19E 44.9 72.3 US 19/US 19W in Cane River US 19E at the TN state line 1930 current
US 19W 21.9 35.2 US 19/US 19E in Cane River US 19W at the TN state line 1930 current
US 21 124.3 200.0 US 21 at the SC state line US 21 at the VA state line 1926 current
US 23 106.0 170.6 US 23/US 441/SR 15 at the GA state line I-26/US 23 at the TN state line 1930 current
US 25 75.4 121.3 US 25 at the SC state line US 25/US 70/SR 9 at the TN state line 1926 current
US 29 168.0 270.4 US 29 at the SC state line US 29 at the VA state line 1926 current
US 52 150.0 241.4 US 52 at the SC state line US 52 at the VA state line 1934 current
US 64 608.4 979.1 US 64/US 74/SR 40 at the TN state line US 158/US 12 in Nags Head 1932 current Longest numbered route in North Carolina.
US 70 488.0 785.4 US 25/US 70/SR 9 at the TN state line School Drive in Atlantic 1926 current
US 74 451.8 727.1 US 64/US 74/SR 40 at the TN state line Turnaround in Wrightsville Beach 1926 current
US 76 80.4 129.4 US 76 at the SC state line Water Street in Wrightsville Beach 1934 current
US 117 114.0 183.5 Port of Wilmington US 301 near Wilson 1932 current
US 121 64.0[4] 103.0 US 70/US 10 in Lexington US 121 at the VA state line 1926 1934 Replaced by US 52.
US 129 63.6 102.4 US 19/US 129/SR 11 at the GA state line US 129/SR 115 at the TN state line 1934 current
US 158 350.2 563.6 US 64/US 601 in Mocksville US 64/NC 12 in Nags Head 1932 current
US 170 141.1[5] 227.1 US 74/NC 20/NC 27 in Charlotte US 170 at the VA state line 1926 1932 Replaced by US 29.
US 176 19.3 31.1 US 25 Bus./NC 225 in Hendersonville US 176 at the SC state line 1926 current
US 178 6.4 10.3 US 178 at the SC state line US 64 near Rosman 1932 current
US 217 126.7[6] 203.9 US 217 at the SC state line US 17-1/NC 40 in Wilson 1926 1932 Replaced by US 301.
US 220 123.4 198.6 US 1 in Rockingham US 220 at the VA state line 1935 current
US 221 153.0 246.2 US 221 at the SC state line US 221 at the VA state line 1930 current
US 258 152.0 244.6 US 17 Bus./NC 24 Bus. in Jacksonville US 258 at the VA state line 1932 current
US 264 215.7 347.1 I-440/US 64/US 64 Bus. in Raleigh US 64 in Manns Harbor 1932 current
US 276 62.9 101.2 US 276 at the SC state line I-40 in Cove Creek 1932 current
US 301 193.7 311.7 US 301/US 501 at the SC state line US 301 at the VA state line 1932 current
US 311 94.8 152.6 I-73/US 220 in Randleman US 311 at the VA state line 1926 current
US 321 217.2 349.5 US 321 at the SC state line US 321/SR 159 at the TN state line 1930 current
US 401 173.8 279.7 US 401 at the SC state line I-85/US 1 near Wise 1957 current
US 411 112.3[7] 180.7 US 74 in Rockingham US 311 in Madison 1932 1935 Replaced by US 220.
US 421 328.0 527.9 Boat launch and lot in Fort Fisher US 421/SR 34 at the TN state line 1930 current
US 441 64.5 103.8 US 23/US 441/SR 15 at the GA state line US 441/SR 71 at the TN state line 1951 current
US 501 170.0 273.6 US 301/US 501 at the SC state line US 501 at the VA state line 1926 current
US 521 3.8 6.1 US 521 at the SC state line I-485 in Charlotte 1932 current
US 601 133.6 215.0 US 601 at the SC state line US 52 in Mount Airy 1932 current
US 701 109.9 176.9 US 701 at the SC state line US 301/NC 96 in Four Oaks 1932 current
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Alternate routes[edit]

Since the 1930s, North Carolina has utilized alternate routes for various needs (business, bypass, or spur). In 1960, the state began utilizing bannered routes, which converted many alternate routes to business loops. Currently, 15 alternate routes traverse the state; most use the "A" suffix, while a few recent route additions in the eastern half of the state are bannered "alternate."

Route Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus mi km Established Deleted Description
001A01 US 1A Southern Pines 0 0.0 1957 1962 Notes.
001A02 US 1A Sanford 0 0.0 1957 1960 Notes.
001A03 US 1A Cary Raleigh 0 0.0 1933 1935 Notes.
001A04 US 1A Raleigh 0 0.0 1946 1948 Notes.
001A05 US 1A Raleigh 0 0.0 1948 1957 Notes.
001A06 US 1A Wake Forest Youngsville 9.0 14.5 1953 Notes.
001A07 US 1A Franklinton 2.7 4.3 1953 Notes.
001A08 US 1A Henderson 0 0.0 1957 1960 Notes.
013A01 US 13A Windsor 2.2 3.5 1957 1960 Notes.
015A01 US 15A SC line near Laurinburg Creedmoor 0 0.0 1936 1957 Notes.
015A02 US 15A Sanford 6.5 10.5 1957 1960 Notes.
015A03 US 15A Chapel Hill 4.3 6.9 1953 1960 Notes.
017A01 US 17A Williamston 0 0.0 1954 1960 Notes.
017A02 US 17A Windsor 0 0.0 1954 1960 Notes.
017A03 US 17A Elizabeth City 0 0.0 1953 1960 Notes.
019A01 US 19A Ela Lake Junaluska 0 0.0 1947 1948 The first Ela–Lake Junaluska route traversed via Cherokee and Maggie Valley. The following year, it was switch with US 19.
019A02 US 19A Ela Lake Junaluska 0 0.0 1948 1987 The second Ela–Lake Junaluska route traversed via Sylva and Waynesville. It was replaced by US 74.
019A03 US 19A Waynesville 0 0.0 1939 1948 Alternate route through downtown Waynesville, in concurrency with US 23A. Was decommissioned with US 19 was rerouted away from Waynesville.
019A04 US 19A Asheville 2.3 3.7 1949 1960 Alternate route through downtown Asheville, in concurrency with US 23A. Replaced by US 19 Business.
023A01 US 23A Waynesville 0 0.0 1939 1968 Alternate route through downtown Waynesville, in concurrency with US 19A, until 1948. Replaced by US 23 Business.
023A02 US 23A Clyde Canton 11.1 17.9 1962 1971 Alternate route used as a connector route for a completed section of I-40, bypassing Clyde and Canton.
023A03 US 23A Asheville 2.3 3.7 1949 1960 Alternate route through downtown Asheville, in concurrency with US 19A. Replaced by US 23 Business.
023A04 US 23A California Faust 11.1 17.9 2006 Alternate route which provides access to Wolf Laurel, which is a gated community and ski resort.[8]
025A01 US 25A Hendersonville 1.0 1.6 1944 1960 Alternate route in downtown Hendersonville, via Church Street. Replaced by southbound US 25.
025A02 US 25A Arden Asheville 8.5 13.7 1934 Provides an alternate route bypassing Skyland and Biltmore Forest.
029A01 US 29A Kings Mountain Gastonia 10.0 16.1 1937 1938 Provided an alternate route through Bessemer City, in concurrency with US 74A. Replaced by NC 161 and NC 274.
029A02 US 29A Kannapolis China Grove 0 0.0 1938 1940 Provided an alternate bypass route through Kannapolis, Landis and China Grove. Replaced by US 29.
029A03 US 29A Kannapolis China Grove 0 0.0 1940 1948 Provided an alternate route through downtown Kannapolis, Landis and China Grove. Replaced by US 29.
029A04 US 29A Kannapolis China Grove 0 0.0 1948 1997 Provided an alternate route from University City area, in Charlotte, to China Grove. In 1954, its southern terminus was truncated between Concord and Kannapolis. Was decommissioned and downgraded to secondary roads.
029A05 US 29A Salisbury 0.5 0.8 1945 1954 Alternate route in downtown Salisbury, via Bank, Lee and Liberty Streets.
029A06 US 29A Lexington 3.8 6.1 1952 1960 Alternate route through downtown Lexington. Replaced by US 29 Business.
029A07 US 29A Thomasville 0 0.0 1952 1957 Alternate route through downtown Thomasville. Was absorbed by US 29A from High Point.
029A08 US 29A High Point 0 0.0 1934 1948 Alternate route through downtown High Point. Replaced by US 29.
029A09 US 29A High Point Greensboro 0 0.0 1948 1991 Alternate route from north of Thomasville, through downtown High Point and Greensboro. Historically went further west through Thomasville until 1960. Was downgraded to secondary roads, except for English Road, which continued as NC 68.[9]
029A10 US 29A Greensboro 0 0.0 1938 1957 Alternate route in downtown Greensboro, in concurrency with US 70A. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
029A11 US 29A Reidsville 5.3 8.5 1957 1960 Alternate route through downtown Reidsville. Replaced by US 29 Business.
052A01 US 52A Pilot Mountain 0 0.0 1949 1960 Alternate route through downtown Pilot Mountain. Replaced by US 52 Business.
052A02 US 52A Mount Airy 0 0.0 1953 1960 Alternate route through downtown Mount Airy. Replaced by US 52 Business.
064A01 US 64A Brevard 1.1 1.8 1943 1960 Alternate route through downtown Brevard. Replaced by US 64 Business.
064A02 US 64A Bat Cave Morganton 0 0.0 1940 1948 Alternate route that traveled from Bat Cave, through Ruth, to Morganton. Replaced by US 64.
064A03 US 64A Statesville 0 0.0 1954 1960 Alternate route through downtown Statesville. Replaced by US 64 Business.
064A04 US 64A Franklinville Ramseur 0 0.0 1941 1957 Alternate route that traveled through Franklinville and Ramseur. Was downgraded to secondary roads, with a section to NC 22.
064A05 US 64A Siler City 0 0.0 1952 1957 Alternate route that traveled through downtown Siler City. Was downgraded to a secondary road.
064A06Alternate plate.svg
US 64 ALT
Spring Hope 11.0 17.7 1979 Alternate route through downtown Spring Hope.
064A07 US 64A Rocky Mount 0 0.0 1934 1949 Alternate route in downtown Rocky Mount, via Thomas Avenue. Replaced by US 64.
064A08Alternate plate.svg
US 64 ALT
Rocky Mount Tarboro 14.2 22.9 1987 Alternate route that connects between Rocky Mount and Tarboro.
064A09Alternate plate.svg
US 64 ALT
Princeville Williamston 31.6 50.9 1996 Alternate route that travels from Princeville, through Bethel, Parmele, and Robersonville, to Williamston.
064A10 US 64A Williamston 0 0.0 1954 1960 Alternate route in downtown Williamston. Replaced by US 64 Business.
064A11 US 64A Columbia 0 0.0 1954 1960 Alternate route in downtown Columbia. Replaced by US 64 Business.
070A01 US 70A Morganton 3.7 6.0 1938 1953 Alternate route through downtown Morganton. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
070A02 US 70A Hildebran Conover 0 0.0 1946 1948 Provided an alternate bypass route south of Hickory. Replaced by US 70.
070A03 US 70A Hildebran Conover 0 0.0 1948 1957 Provided an alternate route through downtown Hickory. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
070A04 US 70A Salisbury 1.8 2.9 1938 1957 Alternate route in Salisbury. Replaced by US 70.
070A05 US 70A Lexington 0 0.0 1952 1960 Alternate route through downtown Lexington. Replaced by US 70 Business.
070A06 US 70A High Point Greensboro 0 0.0 1956 1991 Alternate route that traversed from downtown High Point, through Jamestown, to Greensboro; in concurrency with US 29A, except in High Point. Historically went further west through Thomasville, until 1960, and further east to Efland, until 1963. Replaced by NC 68 in High Point and downgraded to secondary roads in Greensboro.[9]
070A07 US 70A High Point 0 0.0 1934 1948 Provided an alternate bypass route in High Point. Replaced by US 70.
070A08 US 70A High Point 0 0.0 1948 1957 Alternate route through downtown High Point, in concurrency with US 29A. Was decommissioned when US 70A replaced US 70 through High Point.
070A09 US 70A Greensboro 0 0.0 1938 1957 Alternate route in downtown Greensboro, in concurrency with US 29A. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
070A10 US 70A Hillsborough 0 0.0 1942 1948 Provided an alternate bypass route in Hillsborough. Replaced by US 70.
070A11 US 70A Hillsborough 0 0.0 1948 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Hillsborough. Replaced by US 70 Business.
070A12 US 70A Durham Raleigh 0 0.0 1934 1948 Provided an alternate route through downtown Durham and then to Raleigh. Replaced by US 70.
070A13 US 70A Durham 0 0.0 1948 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Durham and historically to Raleigh, through Cary, until 1956. Replaced by US 70 Business.
070A14 US 70A Smithfield 0 0.0 1949 1953 Provided an alternate route along Second and Hancock Streets in downtown Smithfield. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
070A15 US 70A Pine Level 0 0.0 1954 Alternate route that connects Pine Level with nearby Selma and Princeton.
070A16 US 70A Goldsboro 0 0.0 1957 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Goldsboro. Replaced by US 70 Business.
070A17 US 70A Kinston 0 0.0 1957 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Kinston. Replaced by US 70 Business.
074A01 US 74A Asheville Forest City 60.0 96.6 1994 Alternate route that travels through downtown Asheville, connecting the cities and communities of Bat Cave, Lake Lure, Rutherfordton, Ruth and Forest City.
074A02 US 74A Rutherfordton 2.2 3.5 1949 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Rutherfordton. Replaced by US 74 Business.
074A03 US 74A Shelby 6.2 10.0 1936 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Shelby. Replaced by US 74 Business.
074A04 US 74A Kings Mountain Gastonia 10.0 16.1 1937 1938 Provided an alternate route through Bessemer City, in concurrency with US 29A. Replaced by NC 161 and NC 274.
074A05 US 74A Monroe 0 0.0 1949 1952 Provided an alternate bypass in downtown Monroe, via Jefferson Street. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
074A06 US 74A Monroe 0 0.0 1952 1954 Provided an alternate route through downtown Monroe. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
074A07 US 74A Rockingham 0 0.0 1953 1957 Provided an alternate route through downtown Rockingham, via Washington Street and Rockingham Road. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
074A08Alternate plate.svg
US 74 ALT
Maxton Lumberton 15.5 24.9 2008 Alternate route that connects to nearby Pembroke.
074A09 US 74A Leland 0.14 0.2 1936 1975 Provided an alternate route at the intersection that US 74 cuts a corner from; was shortest U.S. alternate route in state. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
074A10 US 74A Wrightsville Beach 0 0.0 1938 1940 Provided an alternate spur from Causeway Drive south along Waynick Boulevard. Replaced by US 76.
117A01 US 117A Burgaw 2.0 3.2 1953 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Shelby. Replaced by US 117 Business.
117A02Alternate plate.svg
US 117 ALT
Calypso Brogden 12.6 20.3 1988 Alternate route through downtown Calypso, Mount Olive and Brogden.
117A03 US 117A Goldsboro 2.8 4.5 1952 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Goldsboro. Replaced by US 117 Business.
117A04Alternate plate.svg
US 117 ALT
Goldsboro Wilson 23.4 37.7 2006 2009 Alternate route that traversed from Goldsboro, through Pikeville and Fremont, to Wilson. Replaced by US 117.
158A01 US 158A Oxford 4.7 7.6 1954 1971 Was an alternate spur route that provided a partial bypass of Oxford, connecting US 158 to US 15. Replaced by I-85.
158A02 US 158A Henderson 8.5 13.7 1951 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Henderson. Replaced by US 158 Business.
158A03 US 158A Warrenton 7.5 12.1 1951 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Warrenton. Replaced by US 158 Business.
158A04 US 158A Gatesville 4.9 7.9 1948 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Gatesville. Replaced by US 158 Business.
220A01Alternate plate.svg
US 220 ALT
Candor Seagrove 27.5 44.3 1979 Alternate route that traverses through Candor, Biscoe, Star and Seagrove.[10]
221A01 US 221A SC line near Cliffside Rutherfordton 26.2 42.2 1941 Alternate route that traverses from the Chesnee, South Carolina to Rutherfordton; it connects the communities and cities of Cliffside, Henrietta, Caroleen, Alexander Mills, Forest City and Spindale.
264A01Alternate plate.svg
US 264 ALT
Zebulon Greenville 64.3 103.5 1980 Alternate route that traverses through Middlesex, Wilson and Greenville.
264A02 US 264A Wilson 2.0 3.2 1950 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Wilson. Replaced by US 264 Business.
264A03Alternate plate.svg
US 264 ALT
Wilson Greenville 37.8 60.8 1988 2003 Provided an alternate route from west of Wilson, bypassing south of Farmville and designated on the southern half of Greenville Boulevard, in Greenville. It was absorbed by US 264 ALT, from Zebulon.[11][12]
264A04 US 264A Farmville 8.3 13.4 1955 1988 Provided an alternate route through downtown Farmville. West of Main Street was replaced by NC 121, while east was downgraded to a secondary road.[11]
264A05 US 264A Greenville 6.2 10.0 1957 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Greenville. Replaced by US 264 Business.
264A06 US 264A Belhaven 2.9 4.7 1957 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Belhaven. Replaced by US 264 Business.
301A01 US 301A Lumberton 0 0.0 1954 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Lumberton. Replaced by US 301 Business.
301A02 US 301A Fayetteville 0 0.0 1952 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Fayetteville. Replaced by US 301 Business.
301A03 US 301A Wilson 0 0.0 1957 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Wilson. Replaced by US 301 Business.
301A04 US 301A Rocky Mount 0 0.0 1954 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Rocky Mount. Replaced by US 301 Business.
301A05 US 301A Halifax 1.1 1.8 1952 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Halifax. Replaced by US 301 Business.
321A01 US 321A Lincolnton 3.4 5.5 1956 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Lincolnton. Was downgraded to secondary roads.
321A02 US 321A Granite Falls Lenoir 11.8 19.0 1948 Alternate route through Granite Falls, Sawmills and Hudson.
321A03 US 321A Lenoir 5.9 9.5 1941 1948 Provided an alternate bypass route east of Lenoir. Was replaced by US 321.
401A01 US 401A Laurinburg 4.4 7.1 1957 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Laurinburg. Was replaced by US 401 Business.
421A01 US 421A Clinton 0 0.0 1952 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Clinton. Was replaced by US 421 Business.
421A02 US 421A North Wilkesboro 4.3 6.9 1957 1969 Provided an alternate route through downtown North Wilkesboro. Was replaced by US 421 Business.[13]
501A01 US 501A Sanford 6.5 10.5 1957 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Sanford. Was replaced by US 501 Business.
501A02 US 501A Chapel Hill 4.3 6.9 1953 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Chapel Hill. Was replaced by US 501 Business.
501A03 US 501A Roxboro 0 0.0 1949 1960 Provided an alternate route through downtown Roxboro. Was replaced by US 501 Business.
701A02 US 701A Clinton 0 0.0 1948 1957 Provided an alternate route through downtown Clinton. It was downgraded to secondary roads.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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