Interstate 73 in North Carolina
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Interstate 73 (I-73) is a partially completed Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina, traversing the state from south of Ellerbe to Greensboro, through Asheboro. When completed, it will continue south towards Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and north to Martinsville, Virginia.
, Interstate 73 begins south of Ellerbe, in concurrency with I-74 and US 220, to north of Asheboro. I-73 and I-74 travel north through northern Richmond County and into eastern Montgomery County. In Montgomery County, the Interstates pass between the county's eastern border and the Uwharrie National Forest. The freeway enters Randolph County and passes just west of Asheboro. In Randleman, I-74 splits northwest towards High Point and Winston-Salem. North of the I-74 split, I-73 passes over Randleman Lake, a reservoir formed by the blocking of the Deep River and passes into Guilford County. Entering Greensboro, it ends its concurrency with US 220 as it goes northwest along the Greensboro Urban Loop with US 421 and brief parallel with I-85. At its connection with I-40, US 421 continues north (or geographically west) to Winston-Salem, while I-840 begins. At the Bryan Boulevard exit, both I-73 and I-840 currently end.
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