North Carolina Highway 41

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NC 41
Route information
Maintained by NCDOT
Length: 141.1 mi (227.1 km)
Existed: 1928 – present
Major junctions
South end: SC 41 near Marietta
  I‑74 / US 74 near Lumberton

US 701 / NC 242 / NC 87 Bus. in Elizabethtown
US 421 in Harrells
US 117 in Wallace
I‑40 near Wallace
US 258 near Richlands
East end: US 70 near Cove City
Location
Counties: Craven, Jones, Duplin, Sampson, Bladen, Robeson
Highway system
I‑40 NC 42

North Carolina Highway 41 (NC 41) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. The highway travels in an north–south orientation between the South Carolina state line to Lumberton; then switches to an east–west orientation connecting the cities and towns of Elizabethtown, White Lake, Harrells, Wallace, Beulaville and Trenton.

Route description[edit]

History[edit]

Future[edit]

A request was submitted by NCDOT Division 6 to restore NC 41 on its old alignment through Elizabethtown, via NC 87 Bus. Justification for the request was when it was rerouted in 1998, no signage and other NCDOT systems were revised; this would keep NC 41 as is.[1][2]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile Destinations Notes
South Carolina state line 0.0 SC 41 south – Lake View Southern terminus
Robeson Marietta 3.0 NC 904 – Fair Bluff
Fairmont 9.1 NC 130 (Golf Course Road) – Rowland, Chadbourn
9.7
NC 130 Bus. east (Cottage Street)
South end of concurrency with Business NC 130
9.8
NC 130 Bus. west (Iona Street)
North end of concurrency with Business NC 130
Lumberton 16.9
Future I‑74 / US 74 (Andrew Jackson Highway) – Laurinburg, Rockingham, Chadbourn, Whiteville
Diamond interchange
20.4 NC 72 west (2nd Street) – Red Springs South end of concurrency with NC 72
20.9 NC 72 east (2nd Street) – Orrum North end of concurrency with NC 72
22.3 NC 211 (Roberts Avenue) to I‑95 / US 301 – Bladenboro, Red Springs, Fayetteville I-95/US 301; Exit 20
Bladen Dublin 36.1 NC 131 – Bladenboro, Tar Heel
37.4 NC 410 – Bladenboro
39.1 NC 87 north (Albert Street) – Tar Heel, Fayetteville South end of wrong-way concurrency with NC 87
Elizabethtown 40.9
NC 87 south / NC 87 Bus. – Delco
North end of concurrency with NC 87; South end of concurrency with Business NC 87
45.3
US 701 south / NC 242 south (Poplar Street) / NC 87 Bus. south (Broad Street) – Clarkton, Bladenboro
North end of concurrency with Business NC 87; South end of concurrency with US 701 and NC 242
Suttons Corner 46.6 NC 53 west / NC 242 north – Roseboro, Fayetteville North end of concurrency with NC 242; South end of concurrency with NC 53
White Lake 50.7 NC 53 east – Atkinson North end of concurrency with NC 53
52.6 US 701 north – Garland North end of concurrency with US 701
Smith Crossroads 60.6 NC 210 – St. Helena, Fayetteville
Sampson Harrells 70.4 NC 411 west (Harrells Highway) – Garland South end of concurrency with NC 411
71.8 US 421 / NC 411 (Delway & Wilmington Highways) – Wilmington, Delway Eastern terminus of NC 411; North end of concurrency with NC 411
Duplin Wallace 85.2 US 117 (Norwood Street) – Burgaw, Teachey
86.2 NC 11 – Atkinson, Kenansville
88.1 I‑40 – Kenansville, Burgaw Diamond interchange; Exit 385
Chinquapin 96.5 NC 50 north – Kenansville South end of concurrency with NC 50
98.4 NC 50 south – Holly Ridge North end of concurrency with NC 50
99.3 NC 111 south – Catherine Lake South end of concurrency with NC 111
Beulaville 105.7 NC 24 (Main Street) – Kenansville, Richlands
106.0 NC 111 north / NC 241 north – Goldsboro, Pink Hill North end of concurrency with NC 111; Southern terminus of NC 241
Jones 115.6 US 258 – Richlands, Kinston
Trenton 131.5 NC 58 north – Kinston South end of concurrency with NC 58
134.4 NC 58 south – Maysville North end of concurrency with NC 58
Craven Cove City 141.1 US 70 – Kinston, New Bern Northern terminus; Diamond interchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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References[edit]

  1. ^ North Carolina Department of Transportation (January 9, 2013) (PDF). NC 41 Route Change Map (Map). https://connect.ncdot.gov/resources/safety/Route%20Changes/Proposed/Map%20NC%2041%20130108.pdf. Retrieved December 30, 2013.
  2. ^ "NC 41 Route Change (2013-01-09)" (PDF). North Carolina Department of Transportation. January 9, 2013. Retrieved December 30, 2013. 

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