North Carolina Highway 231
|Maintained by NCDOT|
|Length||25.4 mi (40.9 km)|
|Existed||1935 – present|
US 64 Bus. in Wendell
| US 264 near Middlesex
US 64 near Spring Hope
US 64 Alt. / NC 98 near Spring Hope
|Counties||Wake, Johnston, Nash|
North Carolina Highway 231 (NC 231) is a 25.4-mile-long (40.9 km) primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. The highway serves to connect communities in northern Johnston and western Nash counties.
NC 231 is a two-lane rural highway that traverses 25.4 miles (40.9 km) from Wendell to near Spring Hope; making a "J" shape on a map through Hocutts Crossroads. With Wendell and Middlesex as the two main cities along its route, the highway passes through predominantly forest and farmland, with the occasional unincorporated community.
The current NC 231 was established in 1935 as a new primary routing from NC 39 to US 64. In 1948, NC 231 was extended west to US 64 in Wendell. In 1975, NC 231 was shifted west to its current northern terminus to accommodate the US 64 freeway; its old alignment became part of Jernigan and Cox roads.
US 64 Bus. (Wendell Boulevard) – Knightdale, Zebulon
|Johnston||Hocutts Crossroads||5.5||8.9||NC 96 – Selma, Zebulon|
|Emit||7.9||12.7||NC 39 – Selma, Bunn|
|||9.5||15.3||NC 222 east – Kenly||Western terminus NC 222|
US 264 Alt. (Finish Avenue) – Bailey, Zebulon
|||16.4||26.4||US 264 (Finish Avenue) – Wilson, Raleigh|
|Samaria||21.0||33.8||NC 97 – Rocky Mount, Zebulon|
|||25.2||40.6||US 64 – Rocky Mount, Raleigh||West end of US 64 Alt overlap|
US 64 Alt. east / NC 98 west – Spring Hope, Wake Forest
|East end of US 64 Alt overlap|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi