U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64B) was established on May 9, 1956, following the former alignment of US 64. It traverses through downtown Augusta, via 5th Street, Magnolia Street, 3rd Street, and Main Street.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64B) starts from US 64 and goes west into downtown Wynne, ending at Falls Boulevard. It does not reconnect to US 64, making it a business spur; not to be confused with US 64 Spur, located northwest of Wynne.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus.) was established during the mid-2010s as a replacement for mainline US 64's realignment onto the Lawrenceburg Highway. It goes through downtown Lawrenceville, via West Gaines Street, East Gaines Street and Pulaski Highway.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established in 1971 when mainline US 64 was placed on new bypass south of Hayesville. The business routes follows the old alignment through the downtown area, via Hwy 64 Business, Hiwassee Street and Main Street.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus.) was established in 1960 as a renumbering of US 64A in downtown Brevard, via Caldwell Street. The 1.07-mile (1.72 km) business loop appears only in NCDOT and AASHTO logs and maps; its actually utilized as westbound US 64 and southbound US 276 (between Main Street and Broad Street). In 2006, NCDOT submitted a request to officially make US 64E and US 64W through downtown Brevard, but was denied in the AASHTO Fall Meeting.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established in 1960, which followed the old mainline US 64 routing through downtown Morganton before 1956, via Burkemont Avenue, Union Street and Meeting Street. Between 1969-1972, US 64 Bus was split into one-way alignments, eastbound continued on Meeting Street while westbound moved onto Union Street. In 1992, a few years after US 64 was rerouted through Lenoir, US 64 Bus was removed east of Green Street along Meeting and Union Streets to Fleming Drive. Eastbound went north on Green Street to Avery Avenue and westbound went south from Sterling Street to Union Street. Continuing along Avery Avenue and Lenoir Road, it reconnects with mainline US 64, via Sanford Drive. This new alignment adds a short overlap with NC 181 and a long overlap with NC 18; its older section west of Green Street continued to share a short overlap with US 70 Bus.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established in 2005 when mainline US 64 was placed on new freeway bypass north of Pittsboro. The business route continues along the former mainline alignment through the downtown area, via East and West Streets. At center is the county courthouse, surrounded by a roundabout.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established in 1960 when mainline US 64 was placed on new bypass route north of Wendell, through Lizard Lick; the 6-mile (9.7 km) business route travels through downtown Wendell along Wendell boulevard, connecting with NC 231 (Selma Road). In 1975, mainline US 64 was placed on new freeway bypass north of Wendell and Zebulon, extending the business route an additional 3 miles (4.8 km), from near Eagle Rock to north of Zebulon (via Gannon and Arendell Avenues); the former bypass through Lizard Lick became NC 97. In 2006, US 64/US 264 was placed on new freeway bypass south of Knightdale; its old alignment becoming another extension of US 64 business, via New Bern Avenue / Knightdale Boulevard and a 1.1-mile (1.8 km) hidden concurrency along the Cliff Benson Beltline.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established in 1963 when mainline US 64 was placed on new freeway bypass route north of Nashville. The business route follows the old alignment through the downtown area via Western Avenue, Barnes Street, Washington Street, and Eastern Avenue.
U.S. Route 64 Bypass (US 64 Byp.) was established in 1999 as a new primary routing bypassing Manns Harbor and Manteo, while also providing direct access between Nags Head and the mainland. Its main feature is the Virginia Dare Memorial Bridge, which is a divided four-lane bridge crossing over the Croatan Sound. From 1999-2003, it also shared a complete concurrency with US 264 Bypass.
U.S. Route 64 Spur (US 64S) could be considered a farm-to-market road, connecting nearby farms to mainline US 64 as opposed to entering the city limits of Wynne. It connects to Martin Luther King Street and John Brown Road. US 64 Spur is a north–south route.
U.S. Route 64 Truck (US 64 Truck) follows US 23 from Franklin to Dillsboro, then east following US 74 to Hendersonville, for a total of 80.8 miles (130.0 km). Signage is not primary, US 64 Truck signs are typically located on the side of major junction changes indicating direction of route. Tractor-trailer trucks are prohibited to use mainline US 64 between Franklin and Brevard.
U.S. Route 64 Bypass (US 64 Byp.) is currently the unofficial name of the approximately 14.6-mile (23.5 km) controlled-access highway bypassing south of Asheboro; connecting with full interchanges at both ends with US 64 and interchanges with NC 49, I-73/I-74/US 220, Zoo Connector, and NC 42. Construction began in June 2015 and is tentatively scheduled to be completed in September 2019.
U.S. Route 64 Alternate (US 64A) was established in 1934 as an alternate route from Bat Cave, in concurrency with US 74, to Ruth, then north to Morganton, replacing NC 181. In 1948 the route became mainline US 64.
U.S. Route 64 Alternate (US 64A) was established in 1941, it replaced the old mainline US 64 through Franklinville and Ramseur. Around 1957, US 64A was downgraded to Andrew Hunter Road and part of NC 22.
U.S. Route 64 Alternate (US 64A) was established in 1934 as an alternate route in downtown Rocky Mount, via Thomas Avenue; while mainline US 64 used Sunset Avenue, Raleigh Street, and Tarboro Street. It was absorbed by mainline US 64 by 1949.
U.S. Route 64 Alternate (US 64A) was established in 1954, it replaced the old mainline US 64 through downtown Williamston, via Main Street, Haughton Street and Sycamore Street (now Jamesville Road). In 1960 it was renumbered to US 64 Business.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established in 1967, replacing the old mainline US 64 through downtown Enid, via Rock Island Boulevard, Grand Avenue and Owen K. Garriott Road. The business loop was decommissioned in 2009.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established in 1979 when mainline US 64 was placed on new bypass north of Rosman. However, this business loop designation lasted six months before being decommissioned in 1980; reason was because request to AASHTO was denied. The routing followed US 178 into Rosman, then along Old Rosman Highway (SR 1388) to US 64, towards Brevard.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established around 1965 when mainline US 64 was placed on new freeway bypassing north of Raleigh. The business route began at the Western Boulevard interchange with US 64/US 1 and proceeded east into the downtown area, where it became Boylan Avenue. At Boylan/South intersection, US 64 turns right onto South Street, while NC 31 continues on along Boylan Avenue to Central Prison. Between Saunders Street and East Street, US 64 splits with westbound on South Street and eastbound on Lenoir Street. Continuing along East Street, it turns right onto New Bern Avenue then meeting back with US 64 at the beltline. In 1971, US 64 was split between East Street and Idlewild Avenue, with westbound on New Bern Avenue and eastbound on Edenton Street. In 1973, the split was extended further west from Idlewild Avenue to the Edenton Street / New Bern Avenue split. In 1978, the business loop was decommissioned with its entire routing becoming secondary roads.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established around 1968 when mainline US 64 was placed on new bypass east of Tarboro and south of Princeville; the business route followed the old alignment through both downtown areas via Main Street. In 1994, US 64 was placed on new freeway south of Tarboro, making the business loop impracticable. Majority of the business route was replaced by NC 33, with only the stretch between Western Boulevard and Northern Boulevard downgraded to secondary road.
U.S. Route 64 Business (US 64 Bus) was established in 1960 as a renumbering of US 64A through downtown Williamston, via Main Street, Haughton Street and Jamesville Road. In 1977, it was decommissioned with Main Street and Jamesville Road downgraded to secondary road, while Haughton Street remained part of US 17 Bus.
^Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering (June 20, 1977). "Route Numbering Committee Agenda"(PDF) (Report). Lake of the Ozarks, MO: American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. p. 2. Retrieved March 18, 2016 – via Wikimedia Commons.