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For county maps, the name of the county will be followed by a number, which represents each sheet (e.g., sheet 2 of 9). If you do not know which sheet you need, click on the "sheet key." If a sheet key is not available, you can always find it on the first sheet for each county.

 
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  • Not all roads have portable traffic count stations located on them.
  • Except for interstate, N.C. and U.S. routes, NCDOT county maps refer to roads using a four-digit secondary road number, not a road's local name.
  • To locate a secondary road number and/or name of a road, use NCDOT's Secondary Roads Database, which provides a cross-index of road names and secondary road numbers.
 
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Want online maps?  GO! NC is the NCDOT portal providing access to online maps and geospatial transportation data.

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