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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... County Location Mile km Exit Destinations Notes Interstate 74 overlaps with Interstate 77 (Virginia state line to exit 101). 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) West Main Street ... 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 High Point Road ...
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