North Carolina Highway 99
|Maintained by NCDOT|
|Length||33.3 mi (53.6 km)|
|South end||NC 92 / NC 306 near Bayview|
|US 264 in Belhaven|
|North end||NC 32 / NC 45 near Plymouth|
|Counties||Beaufort, Hyde, Washington|
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NC 99 was created in the early-1930s, being routed over a previously unnumbered road in Beaufort County. The road ran north from US 264 to a modern-day secondary road (which, at that time, was the first incarnation of NC 97).
Around the late-1930s, the highway's current alignment began to take shape. The original NC 99 was reassigned as an extension of NC 32, and NC 99 was given its current assignment as a state highway through Beaufort County, Hyde County, and Washington County. The southern terminus was originally at US 264 in Pantego.
In the mid-1980s, NC 99 was extended along US 264 and the former NC 92 to its current southern terminus in Bayview, (at NC 306). By this time, the northernmost few miles of NC 99 had been concurrent with NC 45. These two highways divide in Union Grove, and NC 45 continues southward to US 264 in Hyde County.
|Beaufort||Rest Haven||0.0||0.0||NC 92 west / NC 306 south (Bayview-Aurora Ferry) – Bath, Aurora||Eastern terminus of NC 92; Northern terminus of NC 306|
US 264 east / US 264 Bus. east (Main Street) – Swan Quarter
|Southern end of US 264 concurrency; Western terminus of US 264 Bus.|
|Pantego||15.1||24.3||US 264 west (Main Street) – Washington||Northern end of US 264 concurrency|
|Union Grove||22.0||35.4||NC 45 south / Bell Road – Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge||Southern end of NC 45 concurrency|
||No major junctions|
|Washington||||33.3||53.6||NC 32 north / NC 45 – Washington, Plymouth||Northern end of NC 45 concurrency; south end of NC 32 overlap|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- North Carolina Bicycle Route 2 - Concurrent with NC 99 from its southern terminus to US 264 in Belhaven
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