Highway 37

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Measuring 79.79 miles, NC 37 leads north from U.S. 64 in Washington County to U.S. 13 in Gates County within northeastern North Carolina. NC 37 crosses the Albemarle Sound Bridge alongside NC 32 and NC 94 between Leonards Point and Sandy Point south of St. Johns. NC 37 overlaps with U.S. 17/Future I-87 northeast to the Perquimans County seat of Hertford before turning northwest from Winfall along the Perquimans River to Belvidere.

NC 37 combines with NC 32 for a second time north from Chowan County to Mintonsville and Mitchells Fork in southern Gates County. NC 37 turns west from NC 32 to Gatesville, where it joins U.S. 158 Business northward. The state route concludes north of Gates in an agricultural area near Suffolk, Virginia.

NC Highway 37 North

NC 37 begins northbound at a diamond interchange with U.S. 64 and Northline Road (SR 1375) in rural Washington County.
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U.S. 64 follows a freeway west from NC 37 to Roper and NC 32 beyond Macedonia.
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U.S. 64 overlaps with NC 32 west along an arterial route into the county seat of Plymouth.
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NC Highway 37 South

NC 37 branches south 0.13 miles from U.S. 17 to the Chowan County line.
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Roper, Plymouth and Columbia are towns along U.S. 64 south of Albemarle Sound and the Roanoke River.
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NC 37 crosses Burnt Mill Creek south into Chowan County.
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Yeopim Road (SR 1102) crosses NC 37 southwest from Burnt Mill Road to Bethel and 2.93 miles east from NC 32 to Edenton.
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NC 37 south of Alexander Road (SR 1116) west and Oak Grove Road (SR 1116) east.
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NC 32 converges with NC 37, 4.5 miles east from the town of Edenton.
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NC 32 combines with NC 37 south 7.5 miles into Washington County en route to Plymouth.
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Indian Trail Road (SR 1108) ties into the intersection joining NC 32/37 at St. Johns from the east toward Nixons Beach.
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NC Highway 32 NC Highway 37 South


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NC 94 (Southside Road) loops 9.16 miles northwest to Northeastern Regional Airport (EDE), Cape Colony and NC 32 near Edenton.
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NC Highway 32 NC Highway 37 NC Highway 94 South

NC 94 overlaps with NC 32/37 south across the Ablemarle Sound Bridge.
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The Albemarle Sound Bridge begins at Sandy Point to the north.
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Accommodating two lanes across a 34.1 foot wide deck, the Albemarle Sound Bridge was completed in 1990.1
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The Albemarle Sound Bridge measures 18,462 feet in length and is the longest span in North Carolina.1
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The open waters of Albemarle Sound spread east to Currituck Sound and the Outer Banks.
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The Albermarle Sound Bridge hump crests at 62.3 feet above the navigation channel.1
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The Albemarle Sound Bridge replaced a draw bridge located along the west side of the span.
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NC 32-37-94 reach the south shore of Albemarle Sound west of Shadberry Landing.
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Marked at the Albemarle Sound Bridge south end at Leonards Point, the county line is located midway across Albemarle Sound.
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Leaving Albemarle Sound, NC 32-37-94 progress southwest past Pea Ridge Road (SR 1302) and Arnold Loop Road (SR 1316) at this shield assembly.
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Formerly a wye intersection, NC 32/94 split with NC 37 at the former route of U.S. 64.
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NC 32 follows old U.S. 64 west to Pleasant Grove and Roper. NC 94 runs along the pre-freeway alignment of U.S. 64 southeast to Scuppernong.
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NC 94 parallels U.S. 64 east to the town of Creswell and Columbia.
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NC Highway 37 South

NC 37 extends south 3.34 miles from NC 32/94 to U.S. 64.
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The U.S. 64 freeway across Washington County was completed in 2005.
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An end shield stands at the diamond interchange (Exit 548) with U.S. 64 ahead of Northline Road (SR 1375).
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Sources:
  1. NC32 NC94 over ALBEMARLE SOUND, Washington County, North Carolina. BridgeReports.com


Photo Credits:

12/30/17 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 13
U.S. 17
U.S. 64
U.S. 158

Page Updated 08-02-2020.

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