North Carolina Highway 410

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North Carolina Highway 410

Route information
Maintained by NCDOT
Length39.6 mi[1] (63.7 km)
Existed1936–present
Major junctions
South end SC 410 at the South Carolina state line
Major intersections
North end NC 87 in Dublin
Location
CountryUnited States
StateNorth Carolina
CountiesColumbus, Bladen
Highway system
NC 403 NC 411

North Carolina Highway 410 (NC 410) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. It serves as the central north–south highway in Columbus and Bladen Counties.

Route description

Tabor City's Welcome Arch

NC 410 is a predominantly two-lane rural highway that begins at the South Carolina state line and traverses north through downtown Tabor City, mostly along a concurrency with US 701 Business and briefly with NC 904. Heading north, it briefly overlaps with US 701 in the East Tabor area before continuing solo along Joe Brown Highway to Chadbourn. Along Strawberry Boulevard, NC 410 shares a concurrency with US 74 Business, US 76 Business, and NC 130. As it continues north it sheds each other highway off as it travels through northern Columbus County, crossing into Bladen County just after passing through Hickmans Crossroads.[1]

As NC 410 approaches Bladenboro, it begins another concurrency series, starting with NC 242. As it enters the Bladenboro city limits, it also joins with NC 131 before going through Main Street. After crossing over railroad tracks, it meets with NC 121 Business (Seaboard Street), then soon after splits left from NC 242. As NC 410 leaves Bladenboro, it crosses paths with NC 211 Bypass. 5 miles (8.0 km) later, it splits from NC 131, which continues north to Tar Heel. As it approaches Dublin, it crosses NC 41 and passes Bladen Community College. NC 410 enters Dublin along Third Street and ends at NC 87 (Albert Street).[1]

History

NC 410 was established in 1936 as a new primary routing from US 74/US 76 in Chadbourn to NC 41/NC 87 in Dublin. By 1938, NC 410 was extended south as new primary routing to US 701 in Tabor City.[2] In 1949, NC 410 was extended to the South Carolina state line, replacing US 701, and continuing south as SC 410.[3]

Junction list

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
ColumbusTabor City0.00.0
SC 410 east – Conway
South Carolina state line
0.50.80

US 701 Bus. south (Hickman Street) – Loris, Conway
South end of US 701 Bus overlap
0.71.1
NC 904 west (Main Street) – Fair Bluff, Rowland
South end of NC 904 overlap
0.91.4
NC 904 east (Pireway Road) / Stake Road
North end of NC 904 overlap
1.93.1


US 701 south / US 701 Bus. ends – Loris, Conway
South end of US 701 and north end of US 701 Bus overlaps
2.64.2
US 701 north – Whiteville
North end of US 701 overlap
Chadbourn15.024.1


US 74 Bus. / US 76 Bus. / NC 130 east (Strawberry Boulevard) – Whiteville
South end of US 74 Bus/US 76 Bus/NC 130 overlaps
15.324.6

US 76 / US 76 Bus. ends – Whiteville, Fair Bluff
North end of US 76 Bus overlap
17.027.4


US 74 / NC 130 west / US 74 Bus. ends – Whiteville, Laurinburg
North end of US 74 Bus/NC 130 overlap; exit 233 (US 74)
Bladen27.544.3 NC 242 – Evergreen, BoardmanSouth end of NC 242 overlap
Bladenboro29.948.1
NC 131 south (Whiteville Road) – Whiteville
South end of NC 131 overlap
30.549.1
NC 211 Bus. (Seaboard Street)
30.749.4
NC 242 north – Elizabethtown
North end of NC 242 overlap
31.450.5 NC 211 – Clarkton, Lumberton
36.358.4
NC 131 north – Tar Heel
North end of NC 131 overlap
38.461.8 NC 41 – Elizabethtown, Lumberton
Dublin39.663.7 NC 87 (Albert Street) – Elizabethtown, Fayetteville
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ a b c d Google (June 11, 2014). "North Carolina Highway 410" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
  2. ^ North Carolina Primary Highway System (PDF) (Map). Cartography by NCDOT. North Carolina Department of Transportation. 1940. Retrieved June 11, 2014.
  3. ^ North Carolina Official Highway Map (PDF) (Map). Cartography by NCDOT. North Carolina Department of Transportation. 1951. Retrieved June 11, 2014.

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