U.S. Highways
U.S. 13 northbound at the original diamond interchange with Interstate 95. U.S. 13 now travels on a new freeway alignment between the Interstate and U.S. 401 to the west. The alignment is part of a planned full belt-line for the city of Fayetteville. Photo taken 08/07/00.
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Scenes of U.S. 176 as it passes through the western North Carolina town of Saluda. The US route parallels a Norfolk-Southern Railroad line through the heart of town. Photos taken 09/12/04.
North Carolina 86
North Carolina 86 passes through the city center of Chapel Hill and passes by the heart of the University of North Carolina. The state route follows a slightly different path along southbound than it does on northbound. After passing Franklin Avenue, North Carolina 86 leaves Columbia Avenue, turns west on Cameron Avenue (the turn from Columbia Avenue to Cameron Avenue in this picture), and then heads south again on Pittsboro Street. On the other hand, northbound North Carolina 86 follows Columbia Avenue through the campus. Photo taken 06/01/05.
North Carolina 130
Leading southeast from Interstate 95, drivers along North Carolina 130 sees this reassurance shield coupled with a North Carolina 904 trailblazer for the state highway seven miles away. North Carolina 130 ventures east to Fairmont while North Carolina 904 straddles the state line to Tabor City and Ocean Isle Beach. Photo taken 05/30/07.
North Carolina 144
North Carolina 144 was established in February 2002 along Old Wire Road in Scotland County. Pictured here is the state highway heading west from the intersection with U.S. 15 & 501 (Aberdeen Road) north of Laurinburg. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Westbound North Carolina 144 reassurance marker posted after the intersection with Gillis and Fieldcrest Roads at Richmond Mill. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Entering the town of Laurel Hill on North Carolina 144 (Old Wire Road) after the intersection with Ida Mill Road. Photo taken 01/02/08.
North Carolina 144 splits with Old Wire Road for Morgan Street. Morgan Street carries the state highway southwest to U.S. 74 through the center of town. Photo taken 01/02/08.
Approaching U.S. 74 on North Carolina 144 (Morgan Street) west in Laurel Hill. The state highway crosses a CSX Railroad track before ending. Photo taken 01/02/08.
End North Carolina 144 shield posted at U.S. 74. U.S. 74 follows a four-lane divided highway west to Future Interstate 74 outside Hamlet and I-74 at west Laurinburg. Photo taken 01/02/08.
North Carolina 194
Traveling west along North Carolina 194 after its split with U.S. 221 south near Crossnore. The final segment of North Carolina 194 parallels Threemile Creek west from U.S. 221 to U.S. 19E at Ingalls. Photo taken 06/17/05.
North Carolina 251
North Carolina 251 begins at the Broadway Street interchange with Interstate 26 and U.S. 19-23-70 in north Asheville. Photo taken 07/16/05.
North Carolina 251 joins Riverside Drive northbound at the eastbound on-ramp to Interstate 26. The state highway follows the French Broad River toward Woodfin. Photo taken 07/16/05.
Riverside Drive northbound at North Carolina 251 (Broadway Street) and the parclo interchange with Interstate 26 & U.S. 19-23-70. Riverside Drive used to carry North Carolina 251 southward toward Interstate 240. Photo taken 07/16/05.
North Carolina 274
North Carolina 274 (Bessemer City Road) southbound at the merge with U.S. 29 & 74 in the city of Gastonia (pop. 66,277). The three highways share a 2.1 mile overlap through the downtown area between Garrison Boulevard and Broad Street. Photo taken 10/10/01.
Joseph Bryan Boulevard - Greensboro
Joseph Bryan Boulevard continues east after its split with Interstate 73 south at Interstate 840. Pictured here was the future loop ramp from I-840 south. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Fleming Road splits from New Garden Road near Guilford College and meets Bryan Boulevard east of Interstates 73 & 840. The local road continues north from the diamond interchange to I-840 near Lewiston Road. Photo taken 12/21/08.
New Garden Road stems north from Friendly Avenue and College Road to cross paths with Bryan Boulevard at a parclo interchange. Photo taken 12/21/08.
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Joseph Bryan Boulevard connects downtown Greensboro with Piedmont Triad International Airport. A small mileage sign directs motorists eastward for the central business district and area visitor center. Photos taken 12/21/08.
Eastbound at the New Garden Road off-ramp on Bryan Boulevard. The areas adjacent to the interchange are home to a number of shops and other businesses. New Garden Road continues northeast from the freeway to U.S. 220 (Battleground Avenue) and Guilford Courthouse National Military Park. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Continuing east over the Jefferson Road overpass on Joseph M. Bryan Boulevard. Photo taken 12/21/08.
The four-lane freeway meanders east between leafy subdivisions on the one-mile approach to Westridge Road. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Westridge Road heads north to the British Woods section of Greensboro and south to the Carriage Hills community. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Bryan Boulevard eastbound at the Westridge Road off-ramp. A parclo interchange joins the two roads. Photo taken 12/21/08.
A reassurance sign assembly for Joseph M. Bryan Boulevard posted after Westridge Road. The freeway is a part of SR 2085. Photo taken 12/21/08.
The final exits of Bryan Boulevard join the freeway with Holden Road. Holden Road south heads toward Friendly Avenue and Starmount Forest. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Holden Road ventures east from the Bryan Boulevard eastbound loop ramp to Benjamin Parkway and U.S. 220 (Battleground Avenue). Photo taken 12/21/08.
Benjamin Parkway travels southwest from Cone Boulevard and U.S. 220 to overtake Joseph M. Bryan Boulevard at the freeway end and SR 2085. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Benjamin Parkway - Greensboro
Benjamin Parkway carries Bryan Boulevard traffic southward to a signalized intersection with Cornwallis Drive. Cornwallis Drive meanders west to Holden Road and east to the commercial center along U.S. 220 (Battleground Avenue). Photo taken 12/21/08.
A second traffic light follows along Benjamin Parkway south at Pembroke Road. Pembroke Road serves forested neighborhoods on both sides of the parkway and also connects with industrial areas north of Friendly Avenue. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Entering the intersection with Green Valley Road on Benjamin Parkway south. Green Valley Road south provides the movement onto adjacent Wendover Avenue west; a direct ramp is available for eastbound ahead. Wendover Avenue consists of a freeway leading west to Spring Garden Street near Pomona and Terra Cotta. Photo taken 12/21/08.
A three-quarter cloverleaf interchange otherwise joins Benjamin Parkway with Wendover Avenue (SR 2254). The freeway portion of Wendover continues east to its merge with U.S. 220 (Battleground Avenue). Photo taken 12/21/08.
Wendover Avenue - Greensboro
Wendover Avenue eastbound within the three-quarter cloverleaf interchange at Benjamin Parkway. Benjamin Parkway leads northwest from the freeway to the westbound beginning of Joseph M. Bryan Boulevard. Bryan Boulevard is a freeway between its beginning and Interstate 73 at Piedmont Triad International Airport. Photo taken 12/21/08.
A short distance eastward, Wendover Avenue meets Westover Terrace at a parclo interchange. Westover Terrace north provides the connection U.S. 220 (Battleground Avenue) north at Fairfield. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Wendover Avenue ascends from under the Westover Terrace overpass to pass over a railroad line. Photo taken 12/21/08.
Eastbound Wendover Avenue at the southbound off-ramp to Battleground Avenue. Battleground Avenue continues south from U.S. 220 to the Westerwood neighborhood and downtown Greensboro. Photo taken 12/21/08.



Photo Credits:

  • 08/07/00 by AARoads.
  • 10/10/01 by AARoads.
  • 09/12/04 by Carter Buchanan.
  • 06/01/05 by AARoads.
  • 06/17/05 by AARoads.
  • 07/16/05 by AARoads.
  • 05/30/07 by AARoads.
  • 01/02/08 by AARoads.
  • 12/21/08 by AARoads.

Page Updated 01-30-2013.