Travel Extremely Hazardous Across North Carolina

North Carolina | I-95 Road Closed | I-95 Exit Guide

The North Carolina Department of Transportation reports that travel is hazardous in North Carolina on all roads south of US 64 and east of I-73/74. Motorists should not drive in these areas.

GPS systems are routing users into areas NCDOT is not recommending for travel.

To avoid North Carolina if traveling south on I-95 drivers should use

  • I-64 West in Virginia to
  • I-81 south, to
  • I-75 south in Tennessee to
  • I-16 East in Georgia back to I-95.

This is an extremely long detour, but it is the detour that offers the lowest risk of flooding at this time.

Through traffic from I-95 in Georgia is advised to use

  • I-16 West to
  • I-75 North to
  • I-81 North to
  • I-64 East back to I-95 in Virginia.

If you are already in North Carolina on I-95 you may use

  • US 64 west to
  • I-540 west to
  • I-40 west to
  • I-85 south to
  • I-77 south to
  • I-26 south back to I-95

Conditions are constantly changing please check back frequently before considering travel.

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