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NC 109.svg
NC 109
Length: 117 mi (188 km)
Formed: 1928
North end: I-40.svg I-40 in Winston-Salem, NC
Major
junctions:
US 52.svgUS 74.svg US 52/74 in Wadesboro
US 64.svg US 64 near Lexington
I-85.svg I-85 in Thomasville
Business Loop 85.svg Bus I-85 in Thomasville
South end: South Carolina 109.svg SC 109 near Mount Croghan, SC
Counties: Forsyth, Davidson, Montgomery, Richmond, Anson
Major cities: Wallburg, Denton, Troy, Mount Gilead, Wadesboro
North Carolina highways
< NC 108 NC 110 >

NC 109 is a north–south state highway in North Carolina. It primarily connects small towns in the central Piedmont region of the state. The 117-mile (188 km) route is a two-lane road for most of its length, but the segment between Winston-Salem and Thomasville is being upgraded to a divided 4-lane highway. The central segment of NC 109 passes through the Uwharrie Mountains and the Uwharrie National Forest.

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