Interstate 74 in North Carolina

Interstate 74 In North Carolina

Interstate 74 (I-74) is an Interstate Highway that is partially completed in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Currently in four distinct segments, when completed, it will traverse the state in a southeasterly direction from Virginia to South Carolina, connecting the cities of Winston-Salem, High Point, Asheboro, Rockingham, and Lumberton.

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Interstate 74 In North Carolina - Exit List
... County Location Mile km Exit Destinations Notes Interstate 74 overlaps with Interstate 77 (Virginia state line to exit 101) ... Dobson 13.0 20.9 13 Park Drive 17.0 27.4 17 US 52 north – Mount Airy North end of US 52 overlap Cook School Road Upgrade to interstate standards (Unfunded ... interchange (Funded) Winston-Salem 55 I-40 / US 311 north – Statesville, Greensboro Upgrade interchange (Unfunded) 56 Ridgewood Road Union Cross 59 Union Cross Road 60 ...

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