North Carolina Highway System

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North Carolina Highway System
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NC primary state route shields
System information
Length: 79,328 mi[2] (127,666 km)
Notes: Largest state-maintained highway network in the United States;[1] state roads maintained by the NCDOT.
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate X (I-X)
US Routes: U.S. Highway X (US X)
State: North Carolina Highway X (NC X)
System links
  • North Carolina Highway System

The North Carolina Highway System consists of a vast network of Interstate Highways, U.S. Routes, and state routes, managed by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. Because all roads in North Carolina are maintained by either municipalities or the state, counties do not maintain roads and there is no such thing as a "county road" within the state. As a result, North Carolina has the largest state maintained highway network in the United States.[1]

Interstate Highways[edit]

U.S. Routes[edit]

North Carolina Highways[edit]

Current North Carolina highway marker design

Numbering[edit]

North Carolina State Highways numbered under 1000 are primary state highways,[3] and numbers greater than or equal to 1000 are secondary. Secondary highways are not signed with shields; regular green or white road signs are most commonly used to designate secondary roads. On these signs, the prefix "SR" for "secondary road" sometimes precedes the road number. Nearly all secondary highways also have other names, and many primary routes are also signed with other titles. North Carolina routes may be referred to as "North Carolina Highway x", "N.C. Highway x", "NC Route x", or just "NC x", where x is the route number.

Signage[edit]

A North Carolina Highway shield has the route's number in black inside a white equilateral diamond shape with rounded corners. A square of black surrounds the diamond shape. The diamond shape does not alter to accommodate larger route numbers; the numbers are reduced in size to fit within the diamond. Michigan is the only other state, aside from North Carolina, to have a near-identical route shield, but with pointed corners and an M in Michigan's shield.

Rules and exceptions[edit]

  • North Carolina Highway numbers usually do not use the same as any U.S. Highway or Interstate Highway in the state. If a new highway is commissioned in North Carolina that has the same number as a North Carolina Highway, the NC route number more than likely will be changed. (Current only exceptions: NC 73 and NC 540)

Secondary road[edit]

Unlike highways in the primary system, secondary road numbers may be repeated multiple times throughout the system, provided that they are not repeated within the same county. For example, SR 2000 may refer to the physical roadway signed as Wake Forest Road or Falls of Neuse Road in Wake County, or it may refer to the physical roadway signed as Hickory Grove Road in Gaston County. Some road numbers are quite common. In fact, the designation SR1101 is currently used, or has in the past, been used nearly 100 times by almost every county in the state.

Secondary roads that cross a county line are generally given a new number in the new county. For example, Rustic Court is a very short road, barely one tenth of a mile in length; yet, it crosses the Durham-Orange county line. The section in Durham County (0.03 miles in length) is designated SR 2397 while the section is Orange County (0.08 miles in length) is designated SR 1604. The exception to this rule applies to roads designated SR10xx (where the x's represent additional digits) which are generally given to regionally significant roads or roads crossing one or more county lines, but which are not part of the primary system. For example, SR 1006-Old Stage Road, is located both in Wake and Harnett Counties.

The significance of secondary road numbers is almost exclusive to NCDOT operations, generally maintenance, rather than for navigational purposes by the driving public. Certainly, the secondary road numbering system is not organized to help unfamiliar motorists find their way. Rather, this is the job of the phonetic names, which are generally established at the local level, but which often share a sign with an SR designation for convenience. In many rural areas of the state, typically in the Mountain and Coastal Plain regions, many roads lack a phonetic name, in which case they are known by the SR designation.

It is not uncommon for maintenance responsibility of secondary roads to transfer from NCDOT to particular municipalities as they increase in size due to annexation. When this occurs, the SR designations are eliminated. The SR road designation is also eliminated from physical roadways that are elevated into the primary system. For example, NC 157 (Guess Road) in Durham and Person counties was once a secondary road designated SR 1008. Although it ascended into the primary system years ago, some of the old signs identifying Guess Road as SR 1008 remain.

List of primary routes[edit]

Since its establishment, there have been countless removals and reestablishment of routes in the state (check notes for current or last form count). Typically, it is one route wins favor over another; while the other route is either absorbed or downgraded to a secondary road. Added to this, there have been four events in the state that has forced route number changes/eliminations in the state: 1933–1934 elimination of duplicate and renumbering of state routes along or that share with U.S. Routes, 1937 renumbering for contiguous routes with South Carolina, 1940 renumbering for contiguous routes with Virginia and 1961 renumbering of routes that share with Interstate highways in the state.

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
NC 2 5.5 8.9 NC 5 in Pinehurst US 1 in Southern Pines 1934 current
NC 3 27.0 43.5 US 601 in Concord NC 152 in Mooresville 2002 current Second form.
NC 4 34.7 55.8 US 301 in Rocky Mount US 158/NC 903 in Littleton 1934 current
NC 5 8.3 13.4 Bethesda Road in Aberdeen NC 211 in Pinehurst 1961 current
NC 6 7.9[4] 12.7 I-40/US 421 in Greensboro I-40/I-85 Bus. in Greensboro 1959 2004 Fourth form; downgraded to secondary road.
NC 7 12.1 19.5 US 321 in Gastonia US 29/US 74 in Belmont 1932 current
NC 8 94.6 152.2 US 52 in New London SR 8 at the VA state line 1930 current
NC 9 46.5 74.8 SC 9 at the SC state line Montreat Road in Montreat 1938 current Second form.
NC 10 48.3 77.7 NC 226 in Polkville I-40 near Catawba 1921 current
NC 11 193.2 310.9 US 258/US 158 Bus. in Murfreesboro US 74/US 76 in Bolton 1921 current
NC 12 148.0 238.2 US 70 in Sea Level North Beach Access Ramp in Corolla 1962 current Second form, a National Scenic Byway.
NC 13 24.5[5] 39.4 US 220 near Seagrove US 421 in Staley 1936 1951 Third form; downgraded to secondary road.
NC 14 17.1 27.5 US 29 near Reidsville NC 87 near Eden 1968 current Second form.
NC 15 60.3[6] 97.0 SC 163 at the SC state line US 70/NC 10/NC 80 in Salisbury 1921 1934 Replaced by NC 49.
NC 16 143.8 231.4 NC 75 in Waxhaw SR 16 at the VA state line 1921 current
NC 17 55.9[7] 90.0 NC 113 in Propst Crossroads US 221/US 421/NC 60 in Boone 1921 1934 Replaced by US 321.
NC 18 145.5 234.2 SC 18 at the SC state line NC 89 in Lowgap 1921 current
NC 19 112.8[8] 181.5 US 176 at the SC state line US 19W/US 23 at the TN state line 1921 1934 Replaced by US 19W, US 23, US 176, US 221, NC 26 and NC 181.
NC 20 28.6 46.0 US 401 Bus./NC 211 in Raeford NC 87 near Tar Heel 1934 current Second form.
NC 21 155.7[9] 250.6 US 17/NC 20 near Delco US 15/NC 75 in Creedmoor 1921 1934 Replaced by US 15, NC 13 and NC 28.
NC 22 59.4 95.6 NC 2 in Southern Pines NC 62 in Climax 1934 current Second form.
NC 23 159.4[10] 256.5 US 701 at the SC state line NC 62 in Louisburg 1921 1934 Replaced by US 701 and NC 39.
NC 24 278.0 447.4 I-485 in Charlotte US 70 in Morehead City 1921 current Longest state highway.
NC 25 14.2[11] 22.9 SC 12 at the SC state line US 74/NC 20 in Monroe 1921 1934 Replaced by NC 75.
NC 26 101.4[12] 163.2 US 29 in Grover SR 107 at the TN state line 1934 1961 Second form; replaced by NC 226.
NC 27 198.0 318.7 NC 10 in Toluca US 301/NC 50/NC 242 in Benson 1921 current
NC 28 81.2 130.7 SR 28 at the GA state line US 129 in Deals Gap 1938 current Third form.
NC 29 12.1[13] 19.5 NC 16 in Gastonia US 74/NC 20 in Belmont 1930 1932 Second form; replaced by NC 7.
NC 30 15.0 24.1 US 13/NC 11 in Bethel US 264 in Pactolus 1975 current Third form.
NC 31 0.5[14] 0.8 South Street in Raleigh Central Prison in Raleigh 1944 1978 Second form.
NC 32 103.5 166.6 US 17 in Washington SR 32 at the VA state line 1921 current
NC 33 109.6 176.4 NC 4/NC 48 near Red Oak Hobucken School Road in Hobucken 1929 current
NC 34 9.2 14.8 US 158 near Camden NC 168 near Currituck 1979 current Second form.
NC 35 20.5 33.0 NC 305 near Woodland SR 35 at the VA state line 1940 current Second form.
NC 36 4.5[15] 7.2 US 19/US 23 near Mars Hill US 23 near Mars Hill 1952 1975 Second form; downgraded to secondary road.
NC 37 48.3 77.7 NC 32 in St. Johns US 13 in Drum Hill 1934 current
NC 38 5.5 8.9 SC 38 at the SC state line US 74 Bus. in Hamlet 1937 current Second form.
NC 39 78.6 126.5 US 70/US 301/NC 96 in Selma SR 719 at the VA state line 1934 current
NC 40 47.9[16] 77.1 Oak Island Drive in Oak Island NC 210 in Bells Crossroads 1957 1961 Third form; replaced by NC 133.
NC 41 141.1 227.1 SC 41 at the SC state line US 70 in Cove City 1928 current
NC 42 223.3 359.4 I-73/I-74/US 220 in Asheboro NC 45 in Colerain 1921 current
NC 43 119.8 192.8 US 70 in New Bern NC 58 in Warrenton 1928 current
NC 44 3.9 6.3 I-795 near Goldsboro Wayne Memorial Drive near Goldsboro 2011 current Second form; designated as Future US 70.
NC 45 121.7 195.9 NC 12 in Ocracoke US 13/US 158 near Winton 1940 current
NC 46 16.9 27.2 NC 46 at the VA state line US 301 near Garysburg 1930 current
NC 47 24.3 39.1 I-85 Bus./US 29/US 52/US 70 in Lexington NC 49 near Denton 1972 current Second form.
NC 48 53.5 86.1 US 301 Bus. in Rocky Mount US 301 in Pleasant Hill 1934 current Second form.
NC 49 177.8 286.1 SC 49 at the SC state line SR 49/SR 96 at the VA state line 1934 current
NC 50 164.2 264.3 Florida Avenue in Topsail Beach US 15/NC 56 in Creedmoor 1935 current Second form.
NC 51 22.2 35.7 SC 51 at the SC state line NC 24 in Mint Hill 1934 current Second form.
NC 53 126.7 203.9 NC 24/NC 210 in Fayetteville Gum Branch Road in Jacksonville 1923 current
NC 54 55.0 88.5 US 70/NC 62 in Graham I-440/US 1 in Raleigh 1929 current Second form.
NC 55 193.0 310.6 US 501 Bus. in Durham Oriental Road in Oriental 1930 current
NC 56 42.8 68.9 Central Avenue in Butner NC 58 in Castalia 1921 current
NC 57 43.2 69.5 NC 86 in Hillsborough NC 62 in Milton 1921 current
NC 58 176.0 283.2 US 401/US 158 Bus. near Warrenton Fort Macon State Park near Atlantic Beach 1921 current
NC 59 8.3 13.4 I-95 in Hope Mills US 401 Bus. in Fayetteville 1958 current Second form.
NC 60 5.1 8.2 SR 60 Spur at the GA state line US 64/US 74 near Ranger 1934 current Second form.
NC 61 19.7 31.7 NC 62 near Alamance NC 150 in Osceola 1930 current
NC 62 84.4 135.8 NC 109 in Thomasville SR 49/SR 62 at the VA state line 1921 current
NC 63 26.9 43.3 NC 209 in Trust US 19/US 23/US 74A in Asheville 1929 current
NC 64 53.2[17] 85.6 NC 74 near Carthage US 421/NC 60 in Greensboro 1932 1934 Second form; replaced by NC 22.
NC 65 49.0 78.9 US 52 in Rural Hall Scales Street in Reidsville 1934 current Second form.
NC 66 47.4 76.3 High Point Road in Horneytown NC 89 in Johnstown 1934 current Second form.
NC 67 41.3 66.5 US 21 Bus. in Jonesville NC 150 in Winston-Salem 1930 current Second form.
NC 68 30.8 49.6 I-85 Bus./US 29/US 70 in Thomasville US 220 in Stokesdale 1930 current Second form.
NC 69 3.9 6.3 SR 17/SR 515 at the GA state line US 64 Bus. in Hayesville 1941 current Second form.
NC 70 191.0[18] 307.4 SC 94 at the SC state line US 29 at the VA state line 1921 1934 Replaced by US 29, US 220, NC 2, NC 41, NC 72 and NC 211.
NC 71 27.1 43.6 US 74 Bus./NC 130 in Maxton US 301 near Parkton 1928 current
NC 72 32.9 52.9 NC 211 in Red Springs US 74 near Orrum 1934 current Second form.
NC 73 118.5 190.7 NC 27 in Boger City US 15/US 501 near Pinehurst 1934 current
NC 74 0 0 NC 271 near Denver US 15/NC 75 in Carthage 1921 1934 Replaced by NC 27 and NC 73.
NC 75 12.8 20.6 SC 75 at the SC state line NC 200 in Monroe 1934 current Second form.
NC 77 16.1[19] 25.9 SC 77 at the SC state line US 1 near Hoffman 1934 1961 Second form; replaced by NC 177.
NC 78 4.6 7.4 US 1/US 15/US 501 in Tramway US 421/NC 42/NC 87 in Sanford 1940 current Second form.
NC 79 8.7 14.0 SC 79 at the SC state line US 15/US 401/US 501/US 74 Bus. in Laurinburg 1934 current
NC 80 40.1 64.5 US 70 in Pleasant Gardens NC 226 in Bakersville 1940 current Second form.
NC 81 4.2 6.8 US 25/NC 55 in Asheville US 70 in Asheville 1934 current
NC 82 16.0 25.7 US 421 in Erwin US 13 in Cooper 1934 current
NC 83 7.3 11.7 SC 83 at the SC state line NC 130 in Seven Bridges 1937 current
NC 84 11.5 18.5 NC 16 in Weddington NC 200 in Monroe 1938 current
NC 85 13.6[20] 21.9 SC 85 at the SC state line US 74 near Pee Dee 1937 1961 Replaced by NC 145.
NC 86 53.4 85.9 US 15/US 501/NC 54 in Chapel Hill SR 86 at the VA state line 1940 current Second form.
NC 87 236.8 381.1 NC 211 in Southport SR 87 at the VA state line 1937 current
NC 88 41.3 66.5 SR 67 at the TN state line NC 18 in Laurel Springs 1938 current
NC 89 61.1 98.3 US 311 in Walnut Cove SR 89 at the VA state line 1921 current
NC 90 71.5 115.1 Edgemont Road in Edgemont US 21/US 64 in Statesville 1921 current
NC 91 12.2 19.6 US 13/US 258/NC 903 in Snow Hill US 264 near Walstonburg 1947 current Second form.
NC 92 20.7 33.3 US 264/US 17 Bus. in Washington NC 99/NC 306 in Gaylord 1926 current
NC 93 9.9 15.9 SR 93 at the VA state line US 221 in Twin Oaks 1940 current Third form.
NC 94 73.3 118.0 NC 45 in Swan Quarter NC 32/NC 37 in Edenton 1930 current
NC 95 59.0[21] 95.0 US 64/US 264 in Zebulon NC 122 in Hobgood 1930 1961 Replaced by NC 97.
NC 96 107.0 172.2 NC 55 in Newton Grove SR 49/SR 96 at the VA state line 1940 current Second form.
NC 97 64.4 103.6 US 64 Bus. in Wendell NC 122 in Hobgood 1961 current Third form.
NC 98 43.7 70.3 US 15 Bus./US 70 Bus./US 501 Bus. in Durham US 64 Alt./NC 231 in Spring Hope 1934 current Second form.
NC 99 33.0 53.1 NC 92/NC 306 in Gaylord NC 32/NC 45 near Plymouth 1940 current Third form.
NC 100 12.0 19.3 US 70 in Whisett NC 49/NC 54 in Burlington 1934 current Second form.
NC 101 22.2 35.7 US 70 in Havelock US 70 in Beaufort 1928 current Second form.
NC 102 22.3 35.9 NC 903 near Ayden US 17 near Hackney 1921 current
NC 103 8.3 13.4 US 52 Bus./NC 89 in Mount Airy SR 103 at the VA state line 1940 current Second form.
NC 104 6.0 9.7 NC 103 in Mount Airy SR 773 at the VA state line 1940 current Second form.
NC 105 17.7 28.5 US 221 in Linville US 221/US 421/NC 194 in Boone 1956 current Second form.
NC 106 11.2 18.0 SR 246 at the GA state line US 64/NC 28 in Highlands 1940 current Second form; crosses state line five times.
NC 107 34.8 56.0 SC 107 at the SC state line US 23 Bus. in Sylva 1921 current
NC 108 22.0 35.4 US 176 in Tryon US 221/US 221A/US 74 Bus. in Rutherfordton 1940 current Second form.
NC 109 105.9 170.4 SC 109 at the SC state line I-40/US 311 in Winston-Salem 1928 current
NC 110 5.5 8.9 US 276/NC 215 in Woodrow US 19/US 23 in Canton 1932 current Second form.
NC 111 126.2 203.1 US 258 in Catherine Lake NC 11/NC 42 in Oak City 1930 current
NC 112 3.6 5.8 US 19/US 23 in Asheville NC 191 in Asheville 1940 current Second form.
NC 113 11.2 18.0 NC 18 in Laurel Springs NC 93 in Piney Creek 1964 current Third form.
NC 114 2.6 4.2 I-40 near Drexel Oakland Avenue in Drexel 1930 current
NC 115 71.3 114.7 US 21 in Charlotte US 421 Bus./NC 18/NC 268 in North Wilkesboro 1930 current
NC 116 4.1 6.6 US 23/US 441 near Dillsboro NC 107 in Sylva 1930 current
NC 117 71.3[22] 114.7 NC 102 in Newton Grove US 70/NC 10 in Jasper 1931 1934 Replaced by NC 55.
NC 118 18.5 29.8 NC 11 in Grifton NC 43 in Vanceboro 1932 current
NC 119 42.9 69.0 NC 54 in Swepsonville SR 119 at the VA state line 1940 current Second form.
NC 120 4.7 7.6 US 221A in Cliffside US 74 Bus. near Mooresboro 1929 current
NC 121 13.1 21.1 US 264 near Fieldsboro NC 43 in Bruce 1929 current Second form.
NC 122 29.4 47.3 NC 124 in Macclesfield NC 125 in Hobgood 1931 current
NC 123 10.2 16.4 NC 58 in Glenfield Crossroads US 13/US 258 in Lizzie 1932 current
NC 124 9.2 14.8 NC 42 near Macclesfield NC 42/NC 43 in Pinetops 1933 current
NC 125 68.7 110.6 Prison Camp Road near Williamston NC 48 in Roanoke Rapids 1922 current
NC 126 23.0 37.0 US 70 in Nebo NC 181 in Morganton 1940 current Second form.
NC 127 24.6 39.6 NC 10 in Propst Crossroads US 64/NC 90 in Ellendale 1940 current
NC 128 4.6 7.4 Blue Ridge Parkway Mount Mitchell State Park 1947 current Second form; highest elevated highway east of the Mississippi River.
NC 130 96.0 154.5 US 74 Bus./NC 71 in Maxton Ocean Boulevard in Holden Beach c. 1928 current
NC 131 24.5 39.4 US 701 in Whiteville NC 87 in Tar Heel 1949 current
NC 132 15.3 24.6 US 117/NC 133 in Castle Hayne US 421 near Carolina Beach 1958 current
NC 133 47.4 76.3 Oak Island Drive in Oak Island NC 210 in Bells Crossroads 1962 current
NC 134 19.1 30.7 NC 24/NC 27/NC 109 Bus. in Troy Dawson Miller Road near Ulah 1968 current
NC 135 11.5 18.5 US 220 Bus. in Mayodan US 311/NC 770 near Eden 1967 current Second form.
NC 136 2.2 3.5 US 158 near Grandy Boat launch and lot in Poplar Beach 2004 current Second form.
NC 137 8.6 13.8 US 13/US 158 near Winton NC 37 in Gatesville 1973 current
NC 138 13.6 21.9 NC 742 in Gatesville US 52 near Albemarle 1937 current
NC 140 0 0 US 17 near Leland US 74/US 76 in Leland proposed Designated as Future I-140.
NC 141 8.7 14.0 US 64 near Murphy US 19/US 74/US 129 in Marble 1983 current Second form.
NC 142 9.2 14.8 NC 111 in Fountain Fork NC 125/NC 903 near Hamilton 1975 current
NC 143 38.3 61.6 SR 165 at the TN state line NC 28 near Stecoah 1979 current A National Scenic Byway.
NC 144 12.0 19.3 Future I-74/US 74 in Laurel Hill US 401 in Wagram 2001 current Third form.
NC 145 13.6 21.9 SC 145 at the SC state line US 74 near Pee Dee 1961 current
NC 146 3.5 5.6 NC 191 near Avery Creek US 25 in Skyland 1991 current
NC 147 15.7 25.3 NC 540 in Morrisville I-85 in Durham 1987 current Second form, part of the Triangle Expressway.
NC 148 4.3 6.9 US 70 near Kinston NC 58 near Kinston 2009 current
NC 149 1.2 1.9 US 64 in Plymouth Plymouth Pulp Mill in Plymouth 1987 current
NC 150 183.2 294.8 SC 150 at the SC state line US 158 near Yanceyville 1929 current
NC 151 0 0 Blue Ridge Parkway US 19/US 23 in New Candler 1963 current Second form.
NC 152 25.5 41.0 NC 150 in Mooresville US 52 in Rockwell 1930 current
NC 153 2.9 4.7 NC 152 near Landis Main Street in Landis 1930 current
NC 155 29.4[23] 47.3 NC 275/NC 279 in Dallas US 70 in Conover 1994 1999 Replaced by US 321 Bus.
NC 157 29.3 47.2 I-85/US 15/US 70/US 501 in Durham US 158/US 501/NC 57 in Roxboro 1947 current
NC 159 7.3 11.7 US 220 Alt. near Seagrove US 64/NC 49 in Asheboro 1975 current
NC 160 14.9 24.0 SC 160 at the SC state line NC 49 in Charlotte 1942 current
NC 161 10.6 17.1 SC 161 at the SC state line NC 274 in Bessemer City 1937 current Second form.
NC 162 0 0 US 401 in Fayetteville I-95 Bus./US 301 in Hope Mills 2007 current Second form.
NC 163 9.1 14.6 US 221 Bus./US 221/NC 194 in West Jefferson NC 16 near Glendale Springs c. 1961 current
NC 168 18.3 29.5 US 158 in Barco SR 168 at the VA state line c. 1958 current
NC 170 0 0 1935 1958 Second form; replaced by NC 168.
NC 171 17.2 27.7 US 17 near Washington US 64 Bus. in Jamesville c. 1936 current
NC 172 25.2 40.6 US 17 near Holly Ridge NC 24 in Starling c. 1940 current Second form.
NC 175 4.1 6.6 SR 75 at the GA state line US 64 near Elf 1967 current Second form.
NC 176 0 0 c. 1928 1930 Replaced by NC 181.
NC 177 16.1 25.9 SC 177 at the SC state line US 1 near Hoffman 1961 current
NC 179 16.2 26.1 SC 179 at the SC state line US 17 Bus./NC 130 in Shallotte 1979 current
NC 180 12.0 19.3 NC 18 near Patterson Springs NC 18 in Shelby c. 1952 current Second form.
NC 181 36.2 58.3 US 64 Bus./US 70 Bus./NC 18 in Morganton NC 194 in Newland c. 1928 current
NC 182 23.3 37.5 NC 226 in Polkville NC 27 in Polkville c. 1952 current Second form.
NC 183 4.5 7.2 US 221 in Linville Falls NC 181 near Jonas Ridge c. 1930 current
NC 184 10.3 16.6 NC 105 in Sugar Mountain Pinnacle Ridge Road in Beech Mountain 1956 current Second form.
NC 186 23.4 37.7 NC 48 near Gaston SR 186 at the VA state line 1975 current
NC 190 0 0 1930 1940 Replaced by NC 26.
NC 191 21.6 34.8 US 25 in Hendersonville US 19 Bus./US 23 Bus. in Hendersonville 1921 current
NC 192 0 0 1928 1937 Replaced by NC 9.
NC 194 85.4 137.4 US 19E in Ingalls Rugby Road at the VA state line 1921 current
NC 195 0 0 c. 1938 1975 Replaced by NC 186.
NC 197 65.0 104.6 Future I-26/US 19/US 23 near Flat Creek SR 395 at the VA state line 1921 current
NC 198 4.3 6.9 SC 198 at the SC state line NC 180 near Patterson Springs c. 1952 current
NC 200 50.1 80.6 SC 200 at the SC state line US 601 near Concord c. 1930 current
NC 201 0 0 1928 1934 Second form; replaced by NC 41 and NC 53.
NC 202 0 0 1921 1934 Replaced by US 76.
NC 203 0 0 1921 1934 Replaced by NC 79.
NC 204 0 0 1921 1934 Replaced by NC 77.
NC 205 22.0 35.4 US 74 in Marshville NC 24/NC 27 in Red Cross c. 1935 current Second form.
NC 206 0 0 1931 1934 Second form; replaced by NC 78.
NC 207 13.0 20.9 SC 207 at the SC state line US 74/US 601/NC 200 in Monroe c. 1948 current Second form.
NC 208 9.1 14.6 US 25/US 70 in Hurricane SR 70 at the TN state line 1921 current
NC 209 36.6 58.9 US 19/US 23/US 74/US 23 Bus. in Lake Junaluska US 25/US 70 in Hot Springs 1921 current
NC 210 195.0 313.8 US 17 in Sneads Ferry US 70 Bus. in Smithfield 1931 current Third form.
NC 211 162.5 261.5 US 421 in Fort Fisher US 220 Alt./NC 731 in Candor 1921 current
NC 212 14.2 22.9 NC 208 in Belva SR 352 at the TN state line 1926 current
NC 213 14.9 24.0 Walnut Drive in Walnut Future I-26/US 19/US 23 in Mars Hill c. 1928 current
NC 214 17.00 27.36 US 74 Bus./US 76 Bus. near Whiteville US 74/US 76 near Bolton c. 1933 current
NC 215 29.0 46.7 US 64 near Rosman I-40/US 74 in Canton 1967 current
NC 216 15.7 25.3 SC 216 at the SC state line NC 274 near Tryon 1930 current
NC 217 9.8 15.8 US 401 near Linden US 421/NC 55 in Erwin c. 1933 current
NC 218 31.6 50.9 NC 51 in Mint Hill US 74 in Polkton 1935 current
NC 220 28.2[24] 45.4 US 217/NC 22 in Saint Pauls NC 21 in Duart 1931 1934 Second form; replaced by NC 20.
NC 221 21.2[25] 34.1 NC 102/NC 117 in Newton Grove NC 55 in Coats 1934 1934 Replaced by NC 50.
NC 222 57.8 93.0 NC 231 near Emit NC 33 near Belvoir 1934 current
NC 225 10.6 17.1 US 25 near Tuxedo US 25 Bus./US 176 in Hendersonville 1997 current
NC 226 101.0 162.5 US 29 in Grover SR 107 at the TN state line 1961 current
NC 231 25.4 40.9 US 64 Bus. in Wendell US 64 Alt./NC 98 near Spring Hope 1935 current Second form.
NC 241 9.4 15.1 NC 24/NC 41/NC 111 in Beulaville NC 11 in Pink Hill 1971 current Third form.
NC 242 94.2 151.6 US 76 in Cerro Gordo I-40 near Benson 1930 current
NC 243 6.5[26] 10.5 NC 24 in Hubert Pier access in Swansboro 1931 1934 Replaced by NC 24.
NC 251 17.5 28.2 Future I-26/US 19/US 23/US 70 in Asheville US 25/US 70 near Marshall 1980 current
NC 260 9.9[27] 15.9 SR 93 at the VA state line US 221 in Twin Oaks 1935 1940 Replaced by NC 93.
NC 261 12.8 20.6 NC 226 in Bakersville SR 143 at the TN state line 1952 current Second form.
NC 262 22.4[28] 36.0 NC 25 in Waxhaw US 74 in Charlotte 1930 1940 Replaced by NC 16.
NC 264 44.5[29] 71.6 US 15/US 501/NC 55 in Durham US 64/US 264 in Zebulon 1941 1952 Replaced by NC 96 and NC 98.
NC 268 90.3 145.3 US 321 near Happy Valley NC 89 near Moores Springs 1921 current
NC 271 0 0 1926 1940 Replaced by NC 16.
NC 272 0 0 1931 1935 Second form; downgraded to secondary road.
NC 273 18.8 30.3 NC 279 near Belmont NC 16 Bus. in Lucia 1930 current
NC 274 37.1 59.7 SC 274 at the SC state line NC 27 in Hulls Crossroads 1930 current
NC 275 10.7[30] 17.2 NC 274 near Bessemer City NC 27 in Stanley 1930 current
NC 276 20.6[31] 33.2 NC 26 in Pineville NC 27 near Mint Hill 1930 1934 Replaced by NC 51.
NC 277 12.5[32] 20.1 NC 150 in Cherryville NC 275 in Dallas 1931 1979 Replaced by NC 279.
NC 279 28.6 46.0 NC 150 in Cherryville Pole Branch Road at the SC state line 1979 current
NC 280 18.2 29.3 US 64/US 276 in Brevard US 25/US 25A in Arden 1931 current
NC 281 36.6 58.9 SC 130 at the SC state line NC 107 in Tuckasegee 1930 current
NC 282 0 0 1930 c. 1937 Replaced by NC 28.
NC 283 0 0 1923 c. 1937 Replaced by US 178.
NC 284 0 0 1921 1969 Replaced by US 276.
NC 285 0 0 1921 1934 Replaced by US 23.
NC 286 0 0 1921 c. 1938 Replaced by NC 28.
NC 287 0 0 1923 1941 Replaced by NC 69.
NC 288 0 0 c. 1951 1954 Second form; replaced by NC 28.
NC 289 0 0 1930 c. 1939 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 291 0 0 1930 c. 1935 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 292 0 0 1931 c. 1939 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 293 0 0 1931 1947 Replaced by US 19A.
NC 294 13.3 21.4 SR 123 at the TN state line US 64/US 74 near Ranger 1931 current
NC 295 7.0 11.3 US 401 in Fayetteville I-95/US 13 2011 current Designated as Future I-295.
NC 301 5.5[33] 8.9 US 17/NC 30 in Folkstone Old Ferry Road in Sneads Ferry 1932 1934 Third form; replaced by NC 38.
NC 302 0 0 1921 1940 Replaced by NC 55.
NC 303 0 0 1930 1952 Second form; replaced by NC 87.
NC 304 15.2 24.5 NC 55 in Bayboro Hobucken School Road in Hobucken 1923 current
NC 305 44.7 71.9 US 13 in Windsor NC 55 in Bayboro 1921 current
NC 306 45.3 72.9 NC 101 in Havelock NC 92/NC 99 in Gaylord 1930 current
NC 307 1.4 2.3 NC 304 in Hollyville First Street in Vandemere 1930 current
NC 308 52.9 85.1 US 258/NC 561 in Rich Square NC 32 in Pleasant Grove 1933 current
NC 311 12.4[34] 20.0 NC 31 in Mars Hill SR 81 at the TN state line 1930 1934 Replaced by NC 36.
NC 321 0 0 1921 1935 Replaced by NC 37.
NC 341 0 0 1921 1934 Replaced by US 17.
NC 342 0 0 1921 1934 Replaced by US 17.
NC 343 25.5 41.0 Wharf Road in Old Trap US 17 in South Mills 1930 current
NC 344 21.0 33.8 Weeks Drive in Glen Cove US 17 Byp. in Elizabeth City 2006 current Second form.
NC 345 4.9 7.9 Thicket Lump Drive in Wanchese US 64/US 64 Byp. in Manteo 1921 current
NC 346 0 0 c. 1930 c. 1931 Replaced by NC 344.
NC 350 0 0 1933 1975 Replaced by NC 42.
NC 381 10.6 17.1 SC 381 at the SC state line US 74 Bus. in Hamlet 1940 current
NC 400 0.6 1.0 US 64 in Manteo Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo 1985 current Shortest state highway.
NC 401 0 0 1930 1940 Replaced by NC 11.
NC 402 0 0 1933 1935 Replaced by NC 111.
NC 403 25.7 41.4 US 701 Bus. in Clinton NC 55 in Williams 1932 current
NC 410 39.6 63.7 SC 410 at the SC state line NC 87 in Dublin 1936 current
NC 411 28.0 45.1 NC 242 near Roseboro US 421/NC 41 in Harrells 1937 current
NC 422 0 0 c. 1938 c. 1960 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 452 0 0 US 158 near Clemmons Future I-74/US 52 in Bethania proposed[35] Designated in 1999 along the future western-half of the Winston-Salem Northern Beltway.
NC 461 19.1 30.7 NC 561 in Saint John Nucor Steel near Cofield 1964 current
NC 481 21.0 33.8 NC 4/NC 48 in Glenview NC 561 in Tillery c. 1937 current Second form.
NC 482 0 0 1930 1934 Replaced by NC 4.
NC 485 0 0 1922 1927 Replaced by NC 12.
NC 500 0 0 1933 c. 1941 Replaced by NC 98.
NC 501 0 0 1929 1934 Replaced by NC 39.
NC 512 0 0 1922 1929 Replaced by US 311/NC 170.
NC 515 0 0 1923 1934 Replaced by NC 73 and NC 109.
NC 522 0 0 SC 522 at the SC state line NC 200 in Roughedge c. 1951 current
NC 540 16.4 26.4 NC 55 Byp. in Apex I-40/I-540 near Morrisville 2008 current Part of the Triangle Expressway.
NC 561 101.0 162.5 US 401/NC 39 in Louisburg NC 45 in Harrellsville 1925 current
NC 562 32.2[36] 51.8 NC 56 in Wilton SR 59 at the VA state line 1932 1940 Replaced by NC 96.
NC 581 71.8 115.6 NC 111 in Goldsboro US 401/NC 39/NC 56 in Louisburg 1933 current
NC 601 0 0 1929 1932 Replaced by NC 201.
NC 602 0 0 1929 c. 1950 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 603 0 0 1931 1961 Replaced by US 321.
NC 605 0 0 1932 1936 Replaced by NC 24.
NC 610 2.1 3.4 Main Street in High Point NC 62 near Archdale 1930 current
NC 615 14.7 23.7 Princess Anne Road at the VA state line NC 168 in Currituck c. 1963 current
NC 630 0 0 c. 1933 c. 1941 Replaced by NC 191.
NC 661 0 0 1921 1935 Replaced by NC 66.
NC 681 0 0 1928 1940 Replaced by NC 16.
NC 690 19.3 31.1 US 1 Bus. in Vass NC 24/NC 87 in Spring Lake 1999 current
NC 691 0 0 1925 1933 Replaced by NC 194.
NC 692 0 0 1923 1934 Replaced by US 19W/US 23.
NC 693 0 0 1930 c. 1941 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 694 6.3 10.1 US 70/US 74A in Asheville Blue Ridge Parkway c. 1932 current
NC 695 0 0 1932 c. 1941 Replaced by NC 197.
NC 700 18.8 30.3 NC 14/NC 87/NC 770 in Eden US 29 in Pelham 1934 current
NC 701 0 0 1930 1934 Replaced by NC 5.
NC 702 0 0 c. 1922 1935 Replaced by NC 2.
NC 703 0 0 1930 c. 1940 Replaced by NC 150.
NC 704 38.7 62.3 NC 89 near Francisco NC 65 near Wentworth c. 1930 current
NC 705 26.0 41.8 NC 211 near Eagle Springs I-73/I-74/US 220 near Seagrove c. 1932 current
NC 708 0 0 c. 1922 1935 Replaced by NC 704.
NC 709 0 0 c. 1923 c. 1930 Replaced by NC 54.
NC 710 20.4 32.8 NC 211 in Red Springs US 501/NC 130 near Rowland c. 1935 current
NC 711 11.7 18.8 I-95/US 301/NC 72 in Lumberton NC 72 in Pembroke c. 1952 current
NC 721 0 0 c. 1980 1982 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 731 25.9 41.7 US 52 near Norwood US 220 Alt./NC 211 in Candor c. 1936 current
NC 740 12.8 20.6 NC 24/NC 27/NC 73 in Albemarle US 52 in New London c. 1930 current
NC 741 0 0 1935 1941 Second form; replaced by US 221.
NC 742 35.9 57.8 SC 742 at the SC state line NC 205 in Oakboro 1936 current
NC 751 23.8 38.3 US 64 near Apex US 70 Bus. c. 1930 current
NC 752 1.0[37] 1.6 I-77 near Pine Ridge NC 89 near Pine Ridge 1994 1998 Replaced by I-74.
NC 761 15.6[38] 25.1 US 76 near Fair Bluff US 701 in Tabor City c. 1935 1937 Replaced by NC 904.
NC 770 29.2 47.0 NC 704 near Sandy Ridge US 311 at the VA state line c. 1930 current
NC 771 5.5 8.9 SC 96 at the SC state line US 74 in Hamlet c. 1936 1937 Second form; replaced by NC 38.
NC 772 10.3 16.6 US 311 near Pine Hall NC 704 near Prestonville 1933 current
NC 800 4.6[39] 7.4 US 52 in Mount Airy SR 200 at the VA state line c. 1931 1940 Replaced by NC 104.
NC 801 53.9 86.7 NC 152 in Mooresville US 601 near Farmington c. 1928 current
NC 802 13.6[40] 21.9 SC 95 at the SC state line US 74 near Pee Dee c. 1930 1937 Replaced by NC 85.
NC 803 25.0[41] 40.2 NC 150 in Mooresville US 601/NC 80 near Cooleemee 1931 1933 Replaced by NC 801.
NC 891 8.7[42] 14.0 NC 89 near Danbury SR 23 at the VA state line 1926 1934 Replaced by NC 109.
NC 892 17.3[43] 27.8 NC 66 near Winston-Salem NC 89 in Meadows 1930 1934 Replaced by NC 109.
NC 893 7.5[44] 12.1 NC 89 near Francisco SR 23 at the VA state line c. 1922 1923 Replaced by NC 661.
NC 897 43.4[45] 69.8 NC 60/NC 65 in Winston-Salem SR 33 at the VA state line 1921 1925 Replaced by NC 77.
NC 901 19.0 30.6 US 64 near Calahaln NC 115 near New Hope c. 1930 current
NC 902 24.9 40.1 NC 22/NC 42 near Bennett US 64 Bus./NC 87 in Pittsboro c. 1930 current
NC 903 200.0 321.9 NC 411 near Garland SR 903 at the VA state line 1934 current
NC 904 67.5 108.6 NC 130 in Five Forks First Street in Ocean Isle Beach 1937 current
NC 905 20.9 33.6 SC 905 at the SC state line NC 130 in Pleasant Plains c. 1958 current
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List of alternate routes[edit]

North Carolina alternate routes have been utilized in a multitude of ways, including business, bypass, cut-thru and spurs. After 1960, nearly all have been decommissioned or converted to business loops. Today, only three alternate routes are currently active in the state.

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
NC 2A 0 0 Manly Southern Pines c. 1949 c. 1952 Replaced by NC 2.
NC 10A 0 0 Conover Catawba 1930 1934 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 10A 0 0 Gibsonville Burlington c. 1932 1934 Replaced by NC 100.
NC 10A 0 0 High Point 1933 1934 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 11A 0 0 Kenansville 1940 1960 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 11A 0 0 Kinston c. 1949 1960 Replaced by NC 11 Bus.
NC 18A 0 0 Lenoir c. 1949 1960 Replaced by NC 18 Bus.
NC 26A 0 0 Woodlawn Little Switzerland c. 1947 1961 Replaced by NC 226A.
NC 27A 0 0 Thrift Charlotte 1932 1936 Replaced by NC 27.
NC 27A 0 0 Pee Dee Wadeville c. 1960 c. 1968 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 30A 0 0 Windsor Ahoskie 1933 c. 1941 Replaced by NC 97.
NC 36A 0 0 Mars Hill 1938 1952 Replaced by NC 36.
NC 40A 0 0 Roanoke Rapids Pleasant Hill 1932 1934 Replaced by NC 47.
NC 49A 0 0 New London 1940 1948 Replaced by NC 6.
NC 49A 0 0 Asheboro Liberty 1947 1967 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 54A 0 0 Carrboro Chapel Hill c. 1957 1960 Replaced by NC 54 Bus.
NC 55A 0 0 Bridgeton c. 1953 c. 1962 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 62A 0 0 New London 1935 1940 Replaced by NC 49A.
NC 69A 0 0 Arden Asheville 1932 1934 Replaced by US 25.
NC 87A 0 0 Fayetteville c. 1944 c. 1949 Replaced by NC 87.
NC 87A 0 0 Fayetteville c. 1949 c. 1957 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 90A 0 0 Rocky Mount c. 1932 1934 Replaced by US 64A.
NC 95A 0 0 Rocky Mount c. 1932 1940 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 102A 0 0 Goldsboro c. 1938 c. 1953 Replaced by US 117A/NC 102.
NC 105A 0 0 Nebo Longtown 1935 1940 Replaced by NC 105.
NC 109A 0 0 Troy c. 1953 1960 Replaced by NC 109 Bus.
NC 109A 0 0 Thomasville c. 1936 1960 Replaced by NC 109 Bus.
NC 130A 0 0 Shallotte c. 1944 c. 1962 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 150A 0 0 Lincolnton c. 1956 1960 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 150A 0 0 Mooresville c. 1953 c. 1955 Replaced by NC 152.
NC 191A 0 0 Asheville c. 1957 c. 1960 Replaced by US 19 Bus./US 23 Bus.
NC 211A 0 0 Lumberton c. 1949 c. 1957 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 211A 0 0 Lumberton c. 1957 1960 Replaced by NC 211 Bus.
NC 226A 12.3 19.8 Woodlawn Little Switzerland 1961 current
NC 226A 3.7 6.0 Ledger Loafers Glory 1996 current
NC 242A 0 0 Roseboro 1939 1977 Downgraded to secondary road.
NC 268A 0.2 0.3 North Wilkesboro 1940 current Unsigned designation.
NC 345A 0 0 Wanchese c. 1929 c. 1962 Replaced by NC 345.
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List of business loops[edit]

North Carolina business routes were first established in 1960 with the conversation of some alternate routes. All business routes in the state are set up as a loop, meaning it will separate then converge back to the main highway. Typically, they serve to connect downtown areas in cities and towns in the state.

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes

NC 11 Bus.
1.2[46] 1.9 Kinston 1960 c. 2000 Downgraded to secondary road.

NC 11 Bus.
6.3 10.1 Aulander 1978 current

NC 11 Bus.
5.7 9.2 Bethel 2003 current

NC 16 Bus.
16.2 26.1 Lucia Killian Crossroads 2007 current

NC 16 Bus.
6.6 10.6 Newton Conover 2007 current

NC 18 Bus.
2.9[47] 4.7 Lenoir 1960 2008 Downgraded to secondary road.

NC 24 Bus.
11.8 19.0 Warsaw Kenansville 1999 current

NC 24 Bus.
3.0 4.8 Jacksonville 2006 current

NC 43 Bus.
5.1 8.2 Rocky Mount 2001 current

NC 54 Bus.
4.4[48] 7.1 Carrboro Chapel Hill 1960 1985 Downgraded to secondary road.

NC 87 Bus.
6.4 10.3 Elizabethtown 1998 current

NC 98 Bus.
4.1 6.6 Wake Forest 2011 current

NC 109 Bus.
1.5 2.4 Troy 1960 current

NC 109 Bus.
3.2[49] 5.1 Thomasville 1960 1971 Downgraded to secondary road.

NC 109 Bus.
0.5 0.8 Mount Gilead 1968 current

NC 130 Bus.
4.5 7.2 Fairmont 1966 current

NC 130 Bus.
3.0 4.8 Shallotte 2012 current

NC 143 Bus.
1.0 1.6 Robbinsville 1997 current

NC 179 Bus.
5.4 8.7 Calabash 2001 current

NC 211 Bus.
3.4[50] 5.5 Lumberton 1960 1971 Downgraded to secondary road.

NC 211 Bus.
5.7 9.2 Bladenboro 1975 current

NC 268 Bus.
7.8 12.6 Elkin 2002 current

NC 481 Bus.
1.7 2.7 Enfield 2007 current
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List of other special routes[edit]

North Carolina, on rare occasion, will utilize other uniquely bannered routes in the state. Listed here are bypass, connector, divided and spur routes.

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes

NC 55 Byp.
4.4 7.1 Apex Holly Springs 2002 current

NC 87 Byp.
8.0 12.9 Sanford 2013 current
NC 107E 0 0 Cherokee c. 1938 1940 Replaced by NC 107.

NC 159 Spur
0.7 1.1 North Carolina Zoological Park 1977 current
NC 345E 0 0 Manteo c. 1936 c. 1962 Downgraded to secondary road.

NC 581 Conn.
0.6 1.0 Goldsboro 2009 current Unsigned designation.
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Bicycle routes[edit]

Toll roads and bridges[edit]

Other routes and highways[edit]

History[edit]

North Carolina highway marker design utilized from 1949 to 1969

The original highway numbering system for North Carolina was established in the 1920s. Major routes were multiples of 10, with 10, 20, and 90 running east/west, 30, 40, 50, 70, and 80 running north/south, and 60 running as a diagonal route.[51] These cross-state routes were used as a basis for numbering the two-digit roads that served as the major city-city connectors. For example, NC 90 used to run along modern US 64, which explains the multiple "90s" that branch off US 64 today (NC 9, NC 97 and NC 98).

Three-digit numbered roads were less important spurs off the two-digit roads and often served as rural connectors. These were numbered in a scheme opposite of the U.S. and Interstate auxiliary routes; the spur routes received an extra "ones" digit instead of an extra "hundreds" digit. The first spur received the number "xx1" and the second received "xx2", where xx is the parent route number. This explains the predomination of such routes as 751, 191, 561, and the relatively few "xx0" routes (which would be the 10th assigned spur route ... few parent routes would have spurs numbered this high).

In 1933-34 many roads were renumbered to eliminate conflicts with the U.S. highways now crisscrossing the state. Some numbers (50, 90), which had become effectively U.S. routes (1 and 64 respectively) were moved or eliminated while others that conflicted with established U.S. route numbers in the state were changed to non-conflicting numbers. This seems to have been done without regard to the earlier numbering system, as were all future additions to the state highway system, which is where the modern "lack of any system" system came to be.

In 1937, several routes were renumbered to be contiguous with South Carolina routes, and in 1940 the same happened with Virginia. No effort has ever been made to match up with Tennessee or Georgia routes, but most cross-border numbered roads along this area are already U.S. highways anyway.[citation needed]

In the 1961, routes that conflicted with Interstates were renumbered.

Highway renumbering has since been sporadic, with most being place-holders for a future Interstate route (i.e. NC 752 and NC 295). One exception being a state law passed in 2002 swapping the highway numbers of NC 136 and NC 3; the reason was in tribute to Dale Earnhardt who died in the 2001 Daytona 500, who drove the number #3 Goodwrench Chevrolet and lived in Kannapolis.[52]

See also[edit]

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