North Carolina Highway 109

North Carolina Highway 109

North Carolina Highway 109 (NC 109) is a north–south state highway in North Carolina. It primarily connects small towns in the central Piedmont region of the state. The 117-mile (188 km) route is a two-lane road for most of its length, but the segment between Winston-Salem and Thomasville is being upgraded to a divided 4-lane highway. The central segment of NC 109 passes through the Uwharrie Mountains and the Uwharrie National Forest.

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North Carolina Highway 109 - Junction List
... Location Mile km Destinations Notes Anson 0.0 0.0 SC 109 south (Camden Road) – Mount Croghan Southern terminus Wadesboro 13.1 21.1 NC 742 south (Chesterfield Road) – Chesterfield, SC South end of NC 742 ...
Orders Of Magnitude (numbers) - 109
... BioMed — base pairs in the genome approximately 3×109 base pairs in the human genome Linguistics 3,400,000,000 – the total number of speakers of Indo-European languages ...

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