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North Carolina Highway 906

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Existed:  2016 – present
Counties:  Brunswick
Constructed  2016
North end:  US 17 near Bolivia
Length  20 km
Major cities  Oak Island, Bolivia
North Carolina Highway 906
South end:  Beach Drive in Oak Island
County  Brunswick County, North Carolina

North Carolina Highway 906 (NC 906) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. It serves as an access and evacuation route for Oak Island.


Map of NC-906, North Carolina, USA

Route description

NC 906 begins as a two-lane road at Beach Drive, as Middleton Boulevard. Crossing over Davis Creek, it widens to a four-lane at Oak Island Drive (SR 1190). After crossing over the Intracoastal Waterway, leaving Oak Island, the highway continues for 3.5 miles (5.6 km) to NC 211 (Southport-Supply Road). Continuing north as Midway Road, it goes back to two-lane as it goes through the communities of Suburb, Antioch and Half Hell. At US 17 Business (Old Ocean Highway), it does a brief one-tenth-mile (0.16 km) overlap and continues on along Galloway Road. NC 906 ends, after 12.4 miles (20.0 km), at US 17 (Ocean Highway).


Discussion of a new state highway began in 2013, when State Senator Bill Rabon sent a letter to the NCDOT Division 3 Office asking for support to establish a new primary route along Midway Road. The justification was the completion of Swain's Cut Bridge (November, 2011), highlighting that its another route to Oak Island as well as an evacuation route. NCDOT Division 3 Office submitted a route change request in June 2014 and the town of Oak Island signed-off in December 2015. NC 906 was certified and established on January 26, 2016; traversing from Beach Drive (SR 1104), in Oak Island, to US 17, near Bolivia. It is the highest route number signed as a primary route in North Carolina.

Junction list

The entire route is in Brunswick County.


North Carolina Highway 906 Wikipedia

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