U.S. 70 North Carolina Highway Guides

See also U.S. 220 North - Guilford County and U.S. 220 South - Guilford County for photos of the U.S. 70 overlap with U.S. 29 & 220 in Greensboro.

U.S. 70 Business Routes


U.S. 70 Business - Smithfield east
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U.S. 70 Business leaves the Exit 95 interchange with Interstate 95 and Smithfield. The business loop carries three lanes initially, but quickly reduces to a two-lane rural road. Photos taken 12/16/07.
Approaching Yelverton Grove Road on U.S. 70 Business eastbound. Yelverton Grove Road travels north from Brogden Road to the U.S. 70 Bypass expressway (without accessing it) before turning back southward as JR Road. Photo taken 12/16/07.
Continuing east along U.S. 70 Business after the intersection with Yelverton Grove Road. Photo taken 12/16/07.
Eastbound reassurance marker posted after the staggered intersection with JR Road from the north and Hill Road from the south. Photo taken 12/16/07.
U.S. 70 Business prepares to merge into U.S. 70 east of Smithfield. U.S. 70 enters the intersection as a four-lane highway from the Selma area and Exit 97 of Interstate 95. Photo taken 12/16/07.
The end of the Smithfield business loop of U.S. 70. U.S. 70 east continues five miles to the merge with U.S. 70A and seven miles to Princeton in eastern Johnston County. U.S. 70 west splits with U.S. 70 Bypass in 1.5 miles at Exit 336. NC-2307 ties into the intersection from the east to lead toward Pine Level via Peedin Road. Photo taken 12/16/07.
U.S. 70 Business scenes
Mallard Road merges with the Exit 95 off-ramp of Interstate 95 northbound before ending at U.S. 70 Business outside of Smithfield. The rural road meanders northward from Brogden Road to U.S. 70 Business. Photo taken 12/16/07.
Mallard Road northbound at U.S. 70 Business and the diamond interchange with Interstate 95. U.S. 70 Business west enters Downtown Smithfield beyond the freeway; eastbound continues four miles to its merge with U.S. 70 ahead of Princeton. Photo taken 12/16/07.
U.S. 70 Business - Goldsboro east
U.S. 70 Business in Goldsboro begins and continues along Grantham Street from the interchange with U.S. 13, 70 Bypass, and 117 Bypass. Grantham Street spans the CSX Railroad line before entering northern reaches of downtown Goldsboro. Photo taken 12/16/07.
U.S. 70 Business Goldsboro - west
Spanning a CSX Railroad line, U.S. 70 Business (Grantham Street) leaves central Goldsboro and approaches U.S. 13, U.S. 70 Bypass, and U.S. 117 Bypass. The trio enter the scene from a freeway bypass of Goldsboro. Photo taken 12/16/07.
Descending into the eastbound freeway ramp for U.S. 13 north, U.S. 70 Bypass east, and U.S. 117 Bypass north. U.S. 117 Bypass leaves the fray at the following interchange for north Goldsboro. U.S. 13 & 70 Bypass continue together to Berkeley Boulevard in east Goldsboro. Photo taken 12/16/07.
Continuing west along U.S. 70 Business (Grantham Street) toward the southbound on-ramp to U.S. 13 & U.S. 117 Bypass. U.S. 13 & 117 Bypass continue south a short distance to the merge with U.S. 117 Business (George Street). Beyond the split in 5.5 miles, U.S. 13 turns westerly toward Newton Grove and Fayetteville while U.S. 117 remains on a southerly course to Mt. Olive and Wilmington. Photo taken 12/16/07.
U.S. 70 Business merges with U.S. 70 Bypass west to reform U.S. 70 beyond the U.S. 13 & 117 Bypass interchange. U.S. 70 continues a short distance to Interstate 795 on the 20-mile drive to the Selma and Smithfield area. Photo taken 12/16/07.



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12/16/07 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 26
Interstate 40
Interstate 85
Interstate 95
Interstate 240
Interstate 540 - Northern Wake Expressway
Interstate 795
U.S. 1
U.S. 74
U.S. 117

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