Business Loop I-95 through Fayetteville was established in the late 1970s along U.S. 301. The route varies between a full freeway and a controlled-access arterial and generally serves interests to Downtown from Hope Mills and Eastover. A second business loop for Interstate 95 was posted from the late 1970s to 1988 through Rocky Mount. This loop also utilized U.S. 301 and a portion of North Carolina 4.
Business Loop I-95 North Carolina Guides
- Business Loop I-95 North
- Business Loop I-95 South
|Business Loop I-95 south|
|South Business Loop I-95/U.S. 301 shield assembly in Fayetteville. Business Loop I-95/U.S. 301 travel along a freeway 4.5 miles from the separation with I-95 southward to Middle Road. Continuing southward from the Middle Road, the arterial meets Eastern Boulevard. Photo taken 08/07/00.|
08/07/00 by AARoads
Page Updated 03-12-2009.