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Encyclopedia > List of numbered highways in South Carolina
  • South Carolina Route 2
  • South Carolina Route 3
  • South Carolina Route 4
  • South Carolina Route 5
  • South Carolina Route 6
  • South Carolina Route 7
  • South Carolina Route 8
  • South Carolina Route 9
  • South Carolina Route 10
  • South Carolina Route 11
  • South Carolina Route 12
  • South Carolina Route 14
  • South Carolina Route 16
  • South Carolina Route 18
  • South Carolina Route 20
  • South Carolina Route 22
  • South Carolina Route 24
  • South Carolina Route 28
  • South Carolina Route 30
  • South Carolina Route 31
  • South Carolina Route 34
  • South Carolina Route 35
  • South Carolina Route 36
  • South Carolina Route 38
  • South Carolina Route 39
  • South Carolina Route 41
  • South Carolina Route 45
  • South Carolina Route 46
  • South Carolina Route 51
  • South Carolina Route 53
  • South Carolina Route 56
  • South Carolina Route 57
  • South Carolina Route 58
  • South Carolina Route 59
  • South Carolina Route 60
  • South Carolina Route 61
  • South Carolina Route 63
  • South Carolina Route 64
  • South Carolina Route 66
  • South Carolina Route 68
  • South Carolina Route 72
  • South Carolina Route 73
  • South Carolina Route 75
  • South Carolina Route 90
  • South Carolina Route 99
  • South Carolina Route 121
  • South Carolina Route 129
  • South Carolina Route 130
  • South Carolina Route 133
  • South Carolina Route 134
  • South Carolina Route 135
  • South Carolina Route 160
  • South Carolina Route 161
  • South Carolina Route 170
  • South Carolina Route 182
  • South Carolina Route 183
  • South Carolina Route 188
  • South Carolina Route 210
  • South Carolina Route 243
  • South Carolina Route 251
  • South Carolina Route 253
  • South Carolina Route 261
  • South Carolina Route 277
  • South Carolina Route 288
  • South Carolina Route 291
  • South Carolina Route 295
  • South Carolina Route 327
  • South Carolina Route 336
  • South Carolina Route 341
  • South Carolina Route 362
  • South Carolina Route 389
  • South Carolina Route 391
  • South Carolina Route 392
  • South Carolina Route 394
  • South Carolina Route 403
  • South Carolina Route 462
  • South Carolina Route 521
  • South Carolina Route 527
  • South Carolina Route 544
  • South Carolina Route 555
  • South Carolina Route 707
  • South Carolina Route 760
  • South Carolina Route 905

List of Interstates in South Carolina

Interstate 185 is located in the city of Greenville, South Carolina. ... Interstate 385 (abbreviated I-385) is an interstate highway located in The Upstate region of South Carolina. ...

List of U.S. Routes in South Carolina

  • U.S. Route 1
  • U.S. Route 15
  • U.S. Route 17 (Alternate; Business)
  • U.S. Route 21 (Business)
  • U.S. Route 25
  • U.S. Route 29
  • U.S. Route 52 (Spur)
  • U.S. Route 76
  • U.S. Route 78
  • U.S. Route 117
  • U.S. Route 123
  • U.S. Route 176
  • U.S. Route 178
  • U.S. Route 217
  • U.S. Route 221
  • U.S. Route 276
  • U.S. Route 278
  • U.S. Route 301
  • U.S. Route 321
  • U.S. Route 378
  • U.S. Route 401
  • U.S. Route 501
  • U.S. Route 521
  • U.S. Route 601
  • U.S. Route 701

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United States Numbered Highways - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (838 words)
The numbers are coordinated by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), in which the only current federal involvement is a non-voting seat for the United States Department of Transportation.
Two major exceptions to the U.S. presidential names were the Jefferson Davis Highway (named for the president of the Confederate States of America) ran from Washington, DC to Blaine in Washington State near the border with Canada, and the Dixie Highway, running from Miami, Florida to Sault Ste.
Route numbers greater than 101 are spur or secondary routes given a number consisting of a single digit prefixed to the number of the "parent" route; for example, US highway 331 is the third secondary route that branches off US 31.
South Carolina (11997 words)
South of Winyah Bay, it is indented by numerous bays and fringed by the Sea Islands.
South Carolina was one of only three states with a fl majority, and thus the entire white population was especially apprehensive about what would happen to their society if the slaves became free.
In 1900 the population of South Carolina was 1,340,316.
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