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roadman65:
https://images1.loopnet.com/d2/PdE77u46YNmA9Cz5apWoX2Gi81UW6U7_ct1v__jLpaA/Sunset%20I%2095%20Interchange%20Update.pdf

Article about the present Sunset Avenue and Eastern Avenue Superstreet Project in Nash County that is having the state involved in building a project on two roadways not part of the state road network.

Alps:
are they not 4-digit secondaries?

oscar:
Parts of Sunset Ave. and Eastern Ave. are part of a US 64 business route, AFAIK. They seem to be also designated as SR 1770.

Anyway, NC is one of those states (like VA) with lots of state-maintained secondary routes. Some might seem to be minor local roads, but the DOT is stuck with them.

roadman65:
Well in Florida, secondary means county. Very rarely does FDOT commit to building something for a county.

74/171FAN:

--- Quote from: oscar on October 08, 2022, 11:32:15 PM ---Parts of Sunset Ave. and Eastern Ave. are part of a US 64 business route, AFAIK. They seem to be also designated as SR 1770.

Anyway, NC is one of those states (like VA) with lots of state-maintained secondary routes. Some might seem to be minor local roads, but the DOT is stuck with them.

--- End quote ---

This area is not part of a US 64 BUS route.  I am sure that US 64 was on this portion though.

US 64 BUS (Nashville) ends at Exit 461 with US 64 BUS (Rocky Mount) beginning at the trumpet interchange at Exit 467.  There is no BUS/ALT route in between.

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