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North Carolina Highway 146

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North Carolina Highway 146

NC 146
Long Shoals Road
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Existed: 1991[1] – present
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West end: NC 191 in Avery Creek
  I-26 / US 74 west of Skyland
East end: US 25 in Skyland
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North Carolina Highway 146 (NC 146) is a short east/west state highway in western North Carolina and lies entirely in Buncombe County, south of the city of Asheville.

Route description

North Carolina Highway 146 begins its western end at NC 146 is named Long Shoals Road for its entire length.

History

The current routing of North Carolina Highway 146 was designated around 1991 as a renumbering of North Carolina Highway 280.[1] NC 280 was rerouted at NC 191 to head directly east to U.S. Route 25. As a result, the former routing of NC 280 from NC 191 to Skyland became NC 146.[3]

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