Interstate 95 South - Cumberland County

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Interstate 95 south
North Carolina 82 stems south from Erwin to the town of Godwin and a diamond interchange (Exit 65) with Interstate 95. Photo taken 12/30/12.
The 15-mile route of N.C. 82 concludes at U.S. 13, 4.7 miles to the south. The state routes follows West Street through the town of Falcon nearby. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Parallel U.S. 301 passes through Wade west of Interstate 95 next. Exit 61 connects the freeway with the town via Wade-Stedman Road. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Wade-Stedman Road links Wade with U.S. 13, Beathany Crossroads and North Carolina 24 (Clinton Road) at the town of Stedman. River Road arcs northwest from Church Street in Wade and mirrors the Cape Fear River course to N.C. 295. Photo taken 12/30/12.
U.S. 13 travels westward from Greenville to Goldsboro, Newton Grove and Spivey's Corner before finally reaching Interstate 95 at Exit 58. The US highway ends as N.C. 295, a beltway planned to encircle Fayetteville to the west. Photo taken 12/30/12.
One mile north of Exit 58 to N.C. 295 south and U.S. 13 north. N.C. 295 replaced the original at-grade intersection between U.S. 13 and 301, where U.S. 13 ended. The freeway extends west to U.S. 401 (Ramsay Street) in north Fayetteville and the All-American Freeway at Fort Bragg. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Southbound within the multi level interchange at N.C. 295 west and U.S. 13 north (Exit 58). The original diamond interchange between U.S. 13 and Interstate 95 was upgraded from 2000 onward to accommodate future I-295, which opened westward from I-95 on July 7, 2005. Photo taken 06/25/05.
Interstate 95 southbound shield posted eight miles from Fayetteville and 39 miles north of Lumberton. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Interests to Fayetteville Regional Airport (FAY) are directed to remain on Interstate 95 south to Exit 44. The forthcoming business loop travels near the airport, but as a busy commercial arterial. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Business Loop I-95 splits with Interstate 95 south next at Exit 56. Merging with U.S. 301 nearby, Business Loop I-95 follows a freeway toward Downtown Fayetteville. Interests to Fort Bragg and Pope Army Air Force Base are directed onto Business Loop I-95 & U.S. 301 south to Grove Street (N.C. 24 & 210) to N.C. 24 (Bragg Boulevard) west. Photo taken 06/25/05.
Business Loop I-95 separates with I-95 beyond the Baywood Road overpass. U.S. 301 (Dunn Road) combines with Business Loop I-95 nearby, joining the rooute south throughout the Fayetteville area. Dunn Road continues the old alignment of U.S. 301 south to Person Street east of Downtown. Photo taken 06/25/05.
Interstate 95 and Business Loop I-95 split at a wye interchange (Exit 56). Downtown Fayetteville lies five miles to the southwest. Business Loop I-95 returns to Interstate 95 at Exit 40. Photo taken 06/25/05.
Sign replacements at Exit 56 include the removal of lighting fixtures, which was a statewide trend starting in 2011. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Murphy Road travels east from U.S. 301 (Dunn Road) at Business Loop I-95 to Maxwell Road in rural areas of eastern Cumberland County. The forthcoming diamond interchange (Exit 55) lies next to the Eastover community. Photo taken 06/25/05.
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Interstate 95 southbound at Exit 55 to Murphy Road. Murphy Road provides an alternate route to Business Loop I-95 & U.S. 301. Photo taken 12/30/12. Second photo taken 06/25/05.
Florence debuts on Interstate 95 mileage sign 92 miles north of the South Carolina city. Lumberton, the final city of I-95 south follows the Fayetteville area in 36 miles. Photo taken 12/30/12.
North Carolina 24 comprises an expressway from East Fayetteville to Exit 52 and a point east of Vander. Photo taken 12/30/12.
A collector distributor roadway branches from the I-95 mainline to the respective ramps to North Carolina 24. The 287-mile route stretches across southern reaches of the state between Charlotte and U.S. 70 at Morehead City. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Exit 52B provides an alternate route to Fort Bragg and Pope AAF via the N.C. 24 overlap with N.C. 87 on Bragg Boulevard to Spring Lake. N.C. 24 also overlaps with N.C. 240 along Grove and Rowan Streets north of Downtown. Photo taken 12/30/12.
East from Fayetteville, North Carolina 24 continues 29 miles to the Sampson County seat of Clinton. Photo taken 12/30/12.
N.C. 210 parts ways with N.C. 24 for Cedar Creek Road south from East Fayetteville to cross paths with Interstate 95 at Exit 49. N.C. 53 begins and overlaps with N.C. 210 southward for 6.7 miles. Photo taken 12/30/12.
The Fayetteville city limits extends southward along Cedar Creek Road to encompass the parclo interchange with Interstate 95. North Carolina 53 and 210 take separate courses along the South and Cape Fear Rivers respectively before coming back together in 53 miles near Kelly. Photo taken 12/30/12.
A set of rest areas offer a break to Interstate 95 travelers west of Locks Creek and this reassurance marker. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Spanning the Cape Fear River, Interstate 95 quickly splits with a collector distributor roadway for North Carolina 87, a freeway spur into Fayetteville from the south. Photo taken 12/30/12.
North Carolina 87 provides the main route between Fayetteville and Wilmington, serving the Bladen County seat of Elizabethtown along the way. The 239-mile route ends at U.S. 74 & 76, 19 miles west of the coastal city. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Claude Lee Road spurs south from Doc Bennett Road by Fayetteville Municipal Airport (FAY) to meet Interstate 95 at Exit 44. Photo taken 12/30/12.
A diamond interchange joins Interstate 95 with Claude Lee Road, which dead ends just to the southeast. Doc Bennett Road links Airport Road with Fayetteville Motor Speedway and the freeway end of N.C. 87 to the east. Photo taken 12/30/12.
Next in line for southbound drivers is a diamond interchange (Exit 41) with N.C. 59 north to Hope Mills and Chicken Foot Road south to Cypress Lakes. Photo taken 12/30/12.
North Carolina 59 (Chicken Foot Road) begins at Exit 41 and heads north seven miles through Hope Mills to U.S. 401 Business (Raeford Road). N.C. 59 becomes Main Street at the nearby interchange with Business Loop I-95 & U.S. 301.
There is no access to U.S. 301 otherwise from I-95 for interests west to Parkton (via N.C. 71). Photo taken 12/30/12.
Business Loop I-95 returns to Interstate 95 south via a wye interchange (Exit 40 of I-95 north) ahead of Cold Camp Creek and the Robeson County line. Photo taken 12/30/12.


 


Photo Credits:

    06/25/05 by Carter Buchanan. 12/30/12 by AARoads.

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North Carolina 295
Business Loop I-95 - Fayetteville
North Carolina 87

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