North Carolina Highway 109

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NC 109 marker

NC 109
Route information
Maintained by NCDOT
Length: 105.9 mi (170.4 km)
Existed: 1928 – present
Major junctions
South end: SC 109 at the SC line near Mount Croghan
 

US 52 / US 74 / NC 742 in Wadesboro
US 64 near Thomasville

I‑85 in Thomasville
I‑85 Bus. / US 29 / US 70 in Thomasville
North end: I‑40 / US 311 in Winston-Salem
Location
Counties: Anson, Richmond, Montgomery, Randolph, Davidson, Forsyth
Highway system
NC 108 NC 110

North Carolina Highway 109 (NC 109) is a north–south state highway in North Carolina. It primarily connects small towns in the central Piedmont region of the state. The 117-mile (188 km) route is a two-lane road for most of its length, but the segment between Winston-Salem and Thomasville is being upgraded to a divided 4-lane highway. The central segment of NC 109 passes through the Uwharrie Mountains and the Uwharrie National Forest.

Route description[edit]

NC 109 directional signs in Thomasville

North Carolina Highway 109 begins at the North Carolina-South Carolina border north of Ruby, South Carolina. NC 109 intersects its first road, Long Pine Church Road (Secondary Road 1220 or SR 1220) about a mile north of the border. NC 109 continues north from there to Wadesboro. NC 109 enters Wadesboro on Camden Road. The road intersects NC 742 and runs a short concurrency with the road. In downtown Wadesboro NC 109 intersects US 52/US 74/NC 742. NC 109 continues north from the intersection out of Wadesboro along N Greene Street. As the road goes further to the north it crosses the Pee Dee River into Richmond County.[1][2]

After crossing into Richmond County NC 902 intersects Grassy Island Road (SR 1148). The road passes through the rural area going almost directly north towards Mount Gilead. The last intersection along NC 109 in Richmond County is with Jack Currie Road, right before the road heads into Montgomery County.[1][2]

NC 109 enters rural Montgomery County and continues towards the north. When the road enters Mount Gilead on Wadesboro Boulevard it intersects NC 731 and then bypasses downtown. As NC 109 comes around the north side of Mount Gilead it intersects NC 73 and then leaves the town. About a mile after leaving Mount Gilead the road enters the Uwharrie National Forest. NC 109 intersects NC 24/NC 27 inside the national forest. NC 109 runs a concurrency with NC 24/NC 27 until Troy. In Troy NC 109 turns left to continue back north along N Bilhen Street. NC 109 crosses the Uwharrie River before going through Eldorado and entering Randolph County. NC 109 enters and leaves Randolph County within a half a mile and then enter Davidson County. [1][2]



History[edit]

Future[edit]

NCDOT is conducting a project study to improve the safety of NC 109 between Thomasville and Winston-Salem. Various improvements are being identified, including the use of the Superstreet concept.[3]

Junction list[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Anson State line 0.0 0.0 SC 109 south (Camden Road) – Mount Croghan
Wadesboro 13.1 21.1 NC 742 south (Chesterfield Road) – Chesterfield, SC South end of NC 742 concurrency
13.9 22.4 US 52 / US 74 / NC 742 north (Caswell Street) – Morven, Lilesville, Polkton, Ansonville North end of NC 742 concurrency
Richmond
No major junctions
Montgomery Mount Gilead 33.0 53.1
NC 731 / NC 109 Bus. north (Allenton Road) – Norwood, Candor
NC 109 Bus hidden designation
33.4 53.8
NC 73 / NC 109 Bus. south (Main Street) – Albemarle, Ellerbe
NC 109 Bus hidden designation
  41.5 66.8 NC 24 west / NC 27 west – Albemarle, Charlotte South end of NC 24/NC 27 concurrency
Troy 45.0 72.4
NC 24 east / NC 27 east / NC 109 Bus. north (Albemarle Road) – Biscoe, Carthage
North end of NC 24/NC 27 concurrency
45.8 73.7
NC 109 Bus. south (Eldorado Street)
Randolph
No major junctions
Davidson Handy 64.3 103.5 NC 49 – Concord, Asheboro Diamond interchange
Denton 69.5 111.8 NC 47 east (Bombay Road) South end of NC 47 concurrency
69.7 112.2 NC 47 west (Salisbury Street) – Linwood, Lexington North end of NC 47 concurrency
Gordontown 79.4 127.8 US 64 – Lexington, Asheboro Diamond interchange
Thomasville 85.9 138.2 I‑85 – Charlotte, Greensboro Diamond interchange; exit 103 on I-85
86.3 138.9 NC 62 east (Cloniger Drive) – Archdale, Climax Western terminus of NC 62
89.0 143.2 I‑85 Bus. / US 29 / US 70 – Lexington, Salisbury, Greensboro
Forsyth Winston-Salem 103.0 165.8 I‑40 / US 311 – Clemmons, Walkertown, Greensboro, High Point Diamond interchange; exit 195 on I-40/US 311
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Bannered routes[edit]

Mount Gilead business loop[edit]


NC 109 Business
Location: Mount Gilead, North Carolina
Length: 0.5 mi[4] (0.8 km)
Existed: 1968–present

North Carolina Highway 109 Business (NC 109 Bus) was established between 1963-1968 as a renumbering of NC 109, via Allenton Street (overlapped with NC 731) and Main Street (overlapped with NC 73). Its designation is hidden or unmarked as it only appears in state and county maps.[5]

Troy alternate route[edit]

NC 109A
Location: Troy, North Carolina
Length: 1.5 mi[6] (2.4 km)
Existed: 1953–1960

North Carolina Highway 109 Alaternate (NC 109A) was established around 1950-1953 as a renumbering of mainline NC 109, which was placed on a new bypass alignment west of Troy. The route traverses on Albemarle Road, West Main Street, North Main Street, Smitherman Street and Eldorado Street.

Troy business loop[edit]


NC 109 Business
Location: Troy, North Carolina
Length: 1.5 mi[6] (2.4 km)
Existed: 1960–present

North Carolina Highway 109 Business (NC 109 Bus) was established in 1960 as a rebannering of NC 109A through downtown Troy; has changed little since.

Thomasville alternate route[edit]

NC 109A
Location: Thomasville, North Carolina
Length: 3.2 mi[7] (5.1 km)
Existed: 1936–1960

North Carolina Highway 109 Alaternate (NC 109A) was established in 1936 as a new alternate routing of NC 109 along Fisher Ferry Road and Main Street.

Thomasville business loop[edit]


NC 109 Business
Location: Thomasville, North Carolina
Length: 3.2 mi[7] (5.1 km)
Existed: 1960–1971

North Carolina Highway 109 Business (NC 109 Bus) was established in 1960 as a rebannering of mainline NC 109A. In 1971, mainline NC 109 was aligned on new road further east; its old alignment along Denton Road was downgraded to secondary road, thus NC 109 Bus was decommissioned as a result.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Google Inc. "North Carolina Highway 109". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. https://www.google.com/maps/dir/36.0599548,-80.2152094/34.8124078,-80.2084512/@35.434042,-80.0454609,9z/data=!4m9!4m8!1m5!3m4!1m2!1d-79.9751724!2d35.3958376!3s0x8854846db144ec23:0xcd7000d5825a173e!1m0!3e0?hl=en. Retrieved March, 2014.
  2. ^ a b c North Carolina Department of Transportation (2013). State Transportation Map (Map). Cartography by North Carolina State Tax Commission (2013–14 ed.).
  3. ^ Staff. "NCDOT: NC 109 Improvements". North Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved September 5, 2012. 
  4. ^ Google Inc. "NC 109 Business - Mt. Gilead". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=W+Allenton+St&daddr=35.2154451,-80.0022708+to:S+Wadesboro+Blvd&hl=en&ll=35.216699,-79.999309&spn=0.030538,0.055747&sll=35.214087,-80.001283&sspn=0.015269,0.027874&geocode=FatQGQIdyDU7-w%3BFVVYGQIdIkM7-ykxavhuc4xUiDHd-ICi6_Tijg%3BFQxmGQIdCjs7-w&mra=dme&mrsp=0&sz=16&via=1&t=p&z=15. Retrieved November 23, 2013.
  5. ^ North Carolina Department of Transportation (PDF). Montgomery County - Supplement 2 (Map). http://dotw-xfer01.dot.state.nc.us/imgdot/DOTCountyMaps/PDFs/montg_plt03SRMU-Tif800.pdf. Retrieved November 23, 2013.
  6. ^ a b Google Inc. "NC 109 Business - Troy". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Albemarle+Rd&daddr=35.3582778,-79.8966909+to:35.3619433,-79.8969741+to:35.3654329,-79.903269+to:Eldorado+St&hl=en&ll=35.360811,-79.894938&spn=0.030484,0.055747&sll=35.358046,-79.89923&sspn=0.007621,0.013937&geocode=FZx6GwIdQM88-w%3BFUWGGwIdjt88-ykXoXV84JpUiDHp1OPDYscSxw%3BFZeUGwIdct48-ykDtqz0H5tUiDGZ-SQeUc6a1w%3BFTiiGwId28U8-ylXmZ6VJptUiDG_FXcCkWYMCQ%3BFVOjGwId8r08-w&mra=dme&mrsp=0&sz=17&via=1,2,3&t=p&z=15. Retrieved November 23, 2013.
  7. ^ a b Google Inc. "NC 109 Business - Thomasville". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Denton+Rd&daddr=W+Main+St&hl=en&ll=35.859631,-80.066986&spn=0.060588,0.111494&sll=35.881349,-80.081502&sspn=0.007571,0.013937&geocode=FU7dIgIdhOI5-w%3BFXeGIwIdpA06-w&mra=me&mrsp=1,0&sz=17&t=p&z=14. Retrieved November 23, 2013.
  8. ^ "NC Route Changes (1971-02-04)" (PDF). North Carolina Department of Transportation. February 4, 1971. p. 3. Retrieved November 23, 2013. 

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