U.S. Route 158

U.S. Highway 158 marker
U.S. Highway 158
US 158 mainline in red
Route information
Auxiliary route of US 58
Maintained by NCDOT
Length 350.2 mi[1] (563.6 km)
Existed 1932–present
Major junctions
West end US 64 / US 601 in Mocksville
 
East end US 64 / NC 12 at Whalebone Junction
Location
Counties Davie, Forsyth, Guilford, Rockingham, Caswell, Person, Granville, Vance, Warren, Halifax, Northampton, Hertford, Gates, Pasquotank, Camden, Currituck, Dare
Highway system
NC 157 NC 159

U.S. Route 158 (US 158) is an east–west United States highway that runs for 350 miles (560 km) from Mocksville to Whalebone Junction in Nags Head, entirely in the state of North Carolina. It is also a critical route that connects the cities of Winston-Salem, Summerfield, and Reidsville with one another.

Route description

US 17 northbound/US 158 westbound past the northern termini of US 17 Bus. and US 17 Bus. Truck in Elizabeth City

US 158 is a parallel of U.S. Route 58 (which runs generally through southern Virginia). The route does not intersect its parent, instead intersecting its sibling, US 258. It currently runs for 350 miles (560 km) from Mocksville, at US 64/US 601 to Whalebone Junction in the town of Nags Head, North Carolina. A 10 miles (16 km) stretch skirts the Great Dismal Swamp.

In Mocksville, it begins and heads north of the US 64/US 601 junction, through the downtown area. Out of town, it turns northeasterly, following in parallel to Interstate 40 (I-40) to Winston-Salem, where it merges with the US 421 freeway for a short concurrency through the downtown area. Just east of town, it leaves US 421 and turns roughly north, closely paralleling nearby US 311, heading into Walkertown where both routes intersect NC 66. Here, Motorists can use NC 66 to connect between US 158 and US 311 within town. It then passes through Belews Creek, taking on a northeasterly path and effectively bypassing the Kernersville area, and passes thru Stokesdale where it meets two more NC Highways, NC 65, and NC 68. Shortly after, it passes thru the north part of Summerfield, intersecting Interstate 73 (which carries U.S. Route 220 along it). It then leads further east to Reidsville, where it links to US 29 Business. From Reidsville, US 158 connects the northern counties of North Carolina, going through the cities and towns of Yanceyville, Roxboro, Oxford, Henderson, Roanoke Rapids, Murfreesboro, and Elizabeth City.

From North Carolina Highway 168 (NC 168) eastward, it carries traffic from the Norfolk region to the Outer Banks. Normally, the route is a four-lane undivided highway with a speed limit of 50 miles per hour (80 km/h) in Dare County, from its eastern terminus to the Wright Memorial Bridge. Most of the route is otherwise a four-lane divided highway with a 55 miles per hour (89 km/h) speed limit until NC 168 (which carries traffic to Chesapeake, Virginia), where it turns left at an at-grade intersection. It then returns to being undivided.

In Dare County, the highway runs in a north–south direction, although it is signed west–east. It acts as a bypass route for the Virginia Dare Trail (NC 12), which runs parallel to US 158 to the east. For the entire length of the Outer Banks, US 158 is known as Croatan Highway.

History

US 158 was established in 1932, as a concurrency with NC 48 from Mocksville to Murfreesboro and NC 12, from Murfreesboro to Virginia state line. US 158 also replaced US 117 routing between Murfreesboro to Franklin, Virginia. In 1934, NC 48 and NC 12 were removed from its routing. In 1937 or 1938, US 158's western terminus moved from Depot Street to Main Street in Mocksville.[2][failed verification] In 1941, US 158 swapped routes with NC 65 between Stokesdale and Reidsville. Also in the same year, US 158 was rerouted east at Murfreesboro, replacing NC 30 to Camden and NC 34 crossing the Croatan Sound and ending at NC 345, near Manteo; its old alignment north of Murfreesboro became part of US 258. Between 1945-1949, US 158's western terminus moved to its current location at Main and Lexington Streets, in Mocksville; also in same time period, US 158 was moved onto new routing through Roxboro; its old alignment along Main Street became US 501A. In 1946, US 158 bypassed north of Gatesville, with its old alignment became US 158A.

Around 1951, US 158 was removed from Roanoke Island and was truncated at its current eastern terminus at Whalebone Junction, on Bodie Island; its former routing was replaced by US 64/US 264. In 1951, US 158 was placed on new bypass north of Henderson, leaving behind US 158A along its old alignment.[3] Around 1954, US 158 was placed on one-way streets in downtown Winston-Salem: westbound via Clover Dale Street, Glade Street and fifth street; eastbound via first and fourth streets. In 1955, US 158 was bypassed north of Warrenton, leaving behind US 158A along its former alignment.[4]

In 1959, US 158 was moved onto new expressway between Stratford to Marshall and Cherry Streets, in Winston-Salem. In 1960, US 158 was moved onto its current routing in Bodie Island, leaving behind US 158 Business.[5]

By 1962, US 158 had completed its transition onto the freeway in Winston-Salem, leaving behind US 158 Business. Between 1963-1967, US 158 was routed onto one-way streets in Weldon.[6] In 1968, US 158 was rerouted in Elizabeth City.[7]

In 1971, US 158 was placed onto the Yanceyville bypass; its old routing through the downtown area was partly replaced by NC 62, with Main Street downgraded to secondary road.[8] In 1973, US 13/US 158 was placed on new western bypass of Winton, its old alignment became part of NC 45.[9] In 1979, US 158 was placed on bypass north of Reidsville, via US 29 Bus. and NC 14; its old alignment became mostly secondary roads, with just part remaining as NC 87.[10] In 1984, US 17/US 158 was rerouted again in Elizabeth City.[11] In 1995, US 158 was rerouted onto new bypass south of Murfreesboro, leaving behind US 158 Business.[12]

In May 2016, NCDOT's applied to AASHTO to change US 158's route in the Reidsville area. Instead of following Bus. US 29 and NC 87 north to NC 14 and then South-east on NC 14 to US 29, the route would bypass the City by taking US 158 south along Bus. US 29/NC 87 to where they split and then following NC 87 South to US 29. US 158 would then run concurrent with US 29 to the NC 14 exit where it would resume its old alignment. AASHTO approved the change on May 24 at the meeting of the Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering in Waterloo, Iowa. NCDOT passed its ordinance approving the change on March 5, 2018.[13]

U.S. Route 117

U.S. Route 117 marker

U.S. Route 117

Location Norlina, NC –Virginia Beach, VA
Length 159 mi[citation needed] (256 km)
Existed 1926–1932

U.S. Route 117 (US 117) was established in 1926 to run for 159 miles (256 km) from Norlina, through the towns of Warrenton, Roanoke Rapids, and Murfreesboro; from there it went north into Virginia through Franklin, Suffolk, Portsmouth, and Norfolk to Virginia Beach. It was cut back to Franklin in 1931 or 1932, being replaced by US 58 east of there, and soon afterwards the remainder was renumbered US 158.[14][15]

Junction list

County Location mi[1] km Exit Destinations Notes
Davie Mocksville 0.0 0.0 US 64 / US 601  – Statesville, Lexington, Cooleemee, Salisbury
4.8 7.7
To I-40 / Farmington Road  – Farmington
Hillsdale 11.3 18.2 NC 801  – Farmington, Cooleemee
Forsyth Winston-Salem 20.7 33.3 I-40  – Statesville, Greensboro
21.7 34.9 NC 67 (Silas Creek Parkway)
23.3 37.5 235B US 421 north  – Yadkinville North end of US 421 overlap
23.4 37.7 235A North Stratford Road
23.8 38.3 234C Cloverdale Avenue
24.2 38.9 234B West First Street / Hawthorne Road Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
24.6 39.6 234A NC 150 west (Peters Creek Parkway) West end of NC 150 overlap
25.0 40.2 Broad Street – BB&T Ballpark Permanently closed as of November 2018
25.2 40.6 233B Cherry Street / Marshall Street To Convention Center; Cherry Street signed indirectly from eastbound; Marshall Street signed indirectly from westbound
25.4 40.9 233A Main Street Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; to Old Salem and Salem College
26.0 41.8 232B-C US 52 / NC 8 (John Gold Memorial Expressway)  – Lexington, Mount Airy, Smith Reynolds Airport NC 8 unsigned on guide signs; Smith Reynolds Airport signed as "Airport"
26.4 42.5 232A Martin Luther King Jr. Drive To Winston-Salem State University
27.4 44.1 231 Lowery Street / Fifth Street Eastbound Lowery Street, westbound Fifth Street
28.3 45.5 230 US 421 south / NC 150 south  – Kernersville, Greensboro East end of NC 150 and south end of US 421 overlap
Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Walkertown 31.2 50.2

NC 74 (Winston-Salem Northern Beltway) to US 421 / NC 150
Interchange, partially opened to traffic on September 5, 2020[16][17]
33.8 54.4 NC 66 (Old Hollow Road)  – Kernersville
Guilford Stokesdale 43.9 70.7 NC 65 (Belews Creek Road)  – Walnut Cove
44.7 71.9 NC 68  – High Point
48.2 77.6 I-73 / US 220  – Greensboro, Summerfield, Madison
Rockingham Reidsville 63.5 102.2
US 29 Bus. south / NC 87 south / Richardson Drive  – Greensboro, Burlington
South end of US 29 Business and NC 87 overlap
65.5 105.4 NC 65 west / NC 87 north (Harrison Street)  – Wentworth, Eden North end of NC 87 overlap
67.4 108.5 Scales Street
67.7 109.0
US 29 Bus. north / NC 14 north  – Eden, Danville
North end of US 29 Business/NC 14 overlap
68.3 109.9 Market Street
70.2 113.0 US 29  – Greensboro, Danville South end of NC 14 overlap; future I-785
Caswell 82.6 132.9 NC 150 west  – Williamsburg Eastern terminus of NC 150
Yanceyville 89.0 143.2 NC 86 north  – Danville North end of NC 86 overlap
91.0 146.5 NC 62 south (Main Street)  – Burlington South end of NC 62 overlap
91.2 146.8 NC 62 north  – Milton North end of NC 62 overlap
94.3 151.8 NC 86 south  – Hillsborough South end of NC 86 overlap
98.0 157.7 NC 119  – Mebane, Semora
Person Roxboro 110.7 178.2 NC 49 south  – Haw River South end of NC 49 overlap
111.2 179.0 NC 57 north  – Semora, Milton North end of NC 57 overlap
111.6 179.6 US 501 north / NC 49 north  – South Boston, Virgilina North end of US 501/NC 49 overlap
112.2 180.6 NC 157 south (Hurdle Mills Road)  – Hurdle Mills Northern terminus of NC 157
112.6 181.2 US 501 south / NC 57 south (Durham Road)  – Durham South end of US 501/NC 57 overlap
Granville Oxford 135.3 217.7
US 158 Bus. east (Roxboro Road)  – Oxford
Western terminus of US 158 Bus.
135.8 218.5 NC 96 (Little Batterwhite Road)  – Virgilina
136.9 220.3 US 15 (College Street)  – Clarksville
139.8 225.0
US 158 Bus. west (Williamsboro Street)
Eastern terminus of US 158 Bus.
140.4 226.0 I-85  – Durham, Petersburg
142.1 228.7
US 158 Bus. east  – Henderson
Western terminus of US 158 Bus.
Vance Henderson 147.0 236.6 213 I-85 south  – Oxford, Durham South end of I-85 overlap
148.2 238.5 214 NC 39  – Downtown Henderson
149.0 239.8 215

I-85 north / US 1 Bus. south / US 158 Bus. west  – Petersburg
North end of I-85 and south end of US 1 business overlap; eastern terminus of US 158 Bus.
151.5 243.8 US 1 south  – Wake Forest, Raleigh South end of US 1 and north end of US 1 business overlap
Middleburg 154.0 247.8 I-85 / Flemingtown Road  – Henderson, Durham, Petersburg
Warren Norlina 162.6 261.7 US 1 north / US 401 north  – South Hill, Richmond North end of US 1/US 401 overlap
163.9 263.8
US 401 south / US 158 Bus. east  – Warrenton
South end of US 401 overlap; western terminus of US 158 Bus.
Macon 168.8 271.7
US 158 Bus. west  – Warrenton
Eastern terminus of US 158 Bus.
Halifax Littleton 179.8 289.4 NC 4 south / NC 903 north  – Warrenton North end of NC 903 overlap
186.4 300.0 NC 903 south  – Halifax South end of NC 903 overlap
Roanoke Rapids 194.4 312.9 NC 48 (Roanoke Avenue)  – Brinkleyville
195.8 315.1 NC 125 (Smith Church Road)  – Halifax
196.8 316.7 I-95  – Rocky Mount, Emporia, Richmond
Weldon 199.0 320.3 US 301 south  – Halifax, Rocky Mount South end of US 301 overlap
Northampton Garysburg 201.4 324.1 US 301 north  – Emporia North end of US 301 overlap
Jackson 211.1 339.7 NC 305 north (Church Street)  – Seaboard North end of NC 305 overlap
212.0 341.2 NC 305 south  – Rich Square South end of NC 305 overlap
Conway 224.1 360.7 NC 35  – Severn, Woodland
229.4 369.2
US 258 south / US 158 Bus. east  – Murfreesboro, Woodland, Scotland Neck
South end of US 258 overlap; western terminus of US 158 Bus.
Hertford 232.0 373.4 US 258 north / NC 11  – Murfreesboro North end of US 258 overlap
233.3 375.5
US 158 Bus. west  – Murfreesboro
Eastern terminus of US 158 Bus.
Winton 241.2 388.2 US 13 south / NC 45 south (Mulberry Street)  – Ahoskie, Winton South end of US 13 overlap; northern terminus of NC 45
Gates 245.2 394.6 NC 137 east  – Gatesville Western terminus of NC 137
Tarheel 247.8 398.8 US 13 north  – Suffolk North end of US 13 overlap
253.0 407.2
US 158 Bus. east  – Gatesville
Western terminus of US 158 Bus.
253.9 408.6 NC 37  – Gatesville, Gates, Suffolk
255.6 411.3
US 158 Bus. west  – Gatesville
Eastern terminus of US 158 Bus.
Sunbury 262.6 422.6 NC 32  – Edenton, Suffolk
Pasquotank Morgans Corner 278.1 447.6 US 17 north  – Norfolk North end of US 17 overlap
281.0 452.2 264
US 17 Byp. south  – Hertford, Edenton
Northern terminus of US 17 Byp.
Elizabeth City 288.4 464.1
US 17 Bus. south (Road Street)
Northern terminus of US 17 Bus.
289.3 465.6 US 17 south (Hughes Boulevard)  – Hertford South end of US 17 overlap
289.9 466.5
US 17 Bus. (Road Street)
Pasquotank River Elizabeth City Bridge
(drawbridge)
Camden Camden 293.7 472.7 NC 343  – South Mills, Old Trap
Belcross 295.6 475.7 NC 34 north  – Norfolk Southern terminus of NC 34
Currituck Barco 306.2 492.8 NC 168 north  – Norfolk Southern terminus of NC 168
315.0 506.9 NC 136 east  – Poplar Branch Western terminus of NC 136
Currituck Sound Wright Memorial Bridge
Dare Kitty Hawk 335.2 539.5
To NC 12  – Southern Shores, Duck, Corolla, Beaches
Outbound access via SR 1493, inbound access via Virginia Dare Trail
Nags Head 350.1 563.4 NC 12  – Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Nags Head Beaches, Hatteras Island, Ocracoke Island Whalebone Junction
350.2 563.6 US 64  – Manteo, Wanchese Eastern terminus; no access to US 64 east
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Special routes

Winston-Salem business loop

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U.S. Highway 158 Business marker

U.S. Highway 158 Business

Location Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Existed 1962–1970

U.S. Route 158 Business, was established in 1962 as a renumbering of mainline US 158 in downtown Winston-Salem. The business loop traversed on one-way streets: eastbound used Cherry Street, 4th Street, and Dunleith Street; westbound used Marshall Street and 5th Street. In 1970, it was decommissioned.[18]

Oxford alternate route

U.S. Highway 158A marker

U.S. Highway 158A

Location Oxford, North Carolina
Length 4.7 mi[19] (7.6 km)
Existed 1954–1971

U.S. Route 158 Alternate (US 158A), was established in 1954 as a partial bypass of Oxford. As an alternate spur route, it did not reconnect with US 158, instead going southwest to US 15. In 1971, US 158A was eliminated when Interstate 85 was built over it.[20]

Oxford business loop

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U.S. Highway 158 Business marker

U.S. Highway 158 Business

Location Oxford, North Carolina
Length 4.2 mi[21] (6.8 km)
Existed 1994–present

U.S. Route 158 Business, established in 1994, is a 4.2-mile (6.8 km) business loop that followed the original US 158 route through downtown Oxford, via Roxboro Road, College Street, and Williamsboro Street.[18]

The entire route is in Oxford, Granville County.

mi[21] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 US 158  – Roxboro, Henderson
0.7 1.1 NC 96 north (Goshen Street), Virgilina North end of NC 96 overlap
1.2 1.9 US 15 north (College Street), Clarksville North end of US 15 overlap
2.0 3.2 US 15 south / NC 96 south (Hillsboro Street)  – Creedmoor, Wilton South end of US 15 and NC 96 overlap
4.2 6.8 US 158  – Roxboro, Henderson
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Henderson alternate route

U.S. Highway 158A marker

U.S. Highway 158A

Location Henderson, North Carolina
Length 8.5 mi[22] (13.7 km)
Existed 1951–1960

U.S. Route 158 Alternate (US 158A), was established in 1951, when mainline US 158 bypassed north of Henderson. US 158A followed the original route through downtown Henderson until 1960, when it was renumbered to US 158 Business.[20]

Henderson business loop

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U.S. Highway 158 Business marker

U.S. Highway 158 Business

Location Henderson, North Carolina
Length 8.5 mi[22] (13.7 km)
Existed 1960–present

U.S. Route 158 Business, established in 1960, is a 8.5-mile (13.7 km) business loop through downtown Henderson, via Oxford Road, Danbney Drive, and Garnett Street.[18]


County Location mi[22] km Destinations Notes
Granville 0.0 0.0 US 158  – Oxford, Henderson
Vance Henderson 6.4 10.3
US 1 Bus. south (Raleigh Road)  – Louisburg
South end of US 1 business overlap
8.5 13.7
US 158 / US 1 Bus. north  – Middleburg
North end of US 1 business overlap
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Warrenton alternate route

U.S. Highway 158A marker

U.S. Highway 158A

Location Warrenton, North Carolina
Length 7.5 mi[23] (12.1 km)
Existed 1950–1960

U.S. Route 158 Alternate (US 158A), was established in 1950, when mainline US 158 bypassed north of Gatesville. US 158A followed the original route through downtown Warrenton until 1960, when it was renumbered to US 158 Business.[20]

Warrenton business loop

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U.S. Highway 158 Business marker

U.S. Highway 158 Business

Location Warrenton, North Carolina
Length 7.5 mi[23] (12.1 km)
Existed 1960–present

U.S. Route 158 Business, established in 1960, is a 7.5-mile (12.1 km) business loop through downtown Warrenton.[18]

The entire route is in Warren County.

Location mi[23] km Destinations Notes
Norlina 0.0 0.0 US 158 / US 401 north  – Norlina, Macon North end of US 401 overlap
Warrenton 3.1 5.0 US 401 south / NC 58 (Main Street)  – Louisburg South end of US 401 and north end of NC 58 overlap
3.7 6.0 NC 58 south  – Centerville South end of NC 58 overlap
Macon 7.5 12.1 US 158  – Norlina, Macon
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Murfreesboro business loop

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U.S. Highway 158 Business marker

U.S. Highway 158 Business

Location Murfreesboro, North Carolina
Length 4.4 mi[24] (7.1 km)
Existed 1996–present

U.S. Route 158 Business, established in 1996, is a 4.4-mile (7.1 km) business loop that followed the original US 158 route through downtown Murfreesboro, via Main Street.[18]


County Location mi[24] km Destinations Notes
Northampton 0.0 0.0 US 158 / US 258  – Conway, Winton, Scotland Neck
Hertford Murfreesboro 2.8 4.5 US 258 / NC 11 south  – Como, Oak City Northern terminus of NC 11
4.4 7.1 US 158  – Conway, Winton
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Gatesville alternate route

U.S. Highway 158A marker

U.S. Highway 158A

Location Gatesville, North Carolina
Length 4.9 mi[25] (7.9 km)
Existed 1948–1960

U.S. Route 158 Alternate (US 158A), was established in 1948, two years after mainline US 158 bypassed north of Gatesville. It followed the original route through downtown Gatesville. In 1960, it was renumbered to US 158 Business.[20]

Gatesville business loop

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U.S. Highway 158 Business marker

U.S. Highway 158 Business

Location Gatesville, North Carolina
Length 4.9 mi[25] (7.9 km)
Existed 1960–present

U.S. Route 158 Business, established in 1960, is a 4.9-mile (7.9 km) business loop through downtown Gatesville.[18]

The entire route is in Gates County.

Location mi[25] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 US 158  – Winton, Sunbury
1.3 2.1 NC 37 north  – Gates, Suffolk North end of NC 37 overlap
Gatesville 2.5 4.0 NC 37 south (Main Street) South end of NC 37 overlap
4.9 7.9 US 158  – Winton, Sunbury
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Kill Devil Hills business loop

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U.S. Highway 158 Business marker

U.S. Highway 158 Business

Location Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina
Length 15.2 mi[26] (24.5 km)
Existed 1960–1988

U.S. Route 158 Business, was established in 1960 as a renumbering of mainline US 158 on Bodie Island. In 1988, US 158 Business was decommissioned, replaced by a northern extension of NC 12.[18]

See also

References

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