North Carolina Highway 119

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NC 119
Route information
Maintained by NCDOT
Length: 42.9 mi[1] (69.0 km)
Existed: ca. 1940 – present
Major junctions
South end: NC 54 in Swepsonville
  I-40 / I-85 in Mebane
North end: SR 119 at the VA line near Semora
Location
Counties: Alamance, Caswell
Highway system
NC 118 NC 120

North Carolina Highway 119 is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. It runs from NC 54 in Swepsonville north via Mebane, Hightowers, and Semora to the Virginia state line, where it continues as State Route 119.

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Future[edit]

A project that started since 1990 is in the works to relocate NC 119 west of Mebane, creating a new 4 to 6-lane divided highway from I-40/I-85 to Mrs. White Lane (SR 1918). The project will be broken into two parts, with a combined estimate of $101.9 million; property acquisition is expected after 2014.[2]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Alamance Swepsonville 0.0 0.0 NC 54 – Graham, Alamance Southern terminus
Mebane 4.0 6.4 I-40 / I-85 – Burlington, Charlotte, Raleigh, Durham Diamond interchange; exit 153 on I-85
6.9 11.1 US 70 east (Center Street) – Hillsborough South end of concurrency with US 70
7.2 11.6 US 70 west (Center Street) – Haw River North end of concurrency with US 70
Pleasant Grove 13.9 22.4 NC 49 – Haw River, Roxboro
Caswell Hightowers 25.5 41.0 NC 86 – Prospect Hill, Yanceyville
Leasburg 31.1 50.1 US 158 – Yanceyville, Roxboro
Semora 39.8 64.1 NC 57 – Milton, Roxboro
Virginia state line 42.9 69.0 SR 119 north (Calvary Road) to US 58 / US 360 (Philpott Road) – Danville, South Boston Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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