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The Highways of South Carolina SC 110 to 119 
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SC 210
From: US 29 Cowpens (Spartanburg County)
To: US 221 ALTSC 11 Cowpens Battlefield (Cherokee County).
Total Length: 8.8 miles  
ROUTE LOG
US 29: 0 - 0
I-85 (exit 83): 1.6 - 1.6
Cherokee-Spartanburg Line: 1.9 - 3.5
US 221 ALT, SC 11: 5.3 - 8.8
Creation: Resurrected as a state route in 1949, running as it does now. This is the 2nd SC 110.
Adjustments: SC 110 first appeared in 1942, running only from US 221 ALT, SC 11 south to the Spartanburg County Line.
It is unclear if SC 110 was extended south to Cowpens before it was briefly downgraded in 1948.
SC 110 was rerouted slightly to the west when US 29 (now I-85) was built through in the mid-50's. The old alignment is now S-42-21 and S-42-22.
Improvements: SC 110 was fully paved upon designation; no multilane sections shown on 2005 Official Map.
Comment: SC 110 serves the Cowpens National Battlefield from I-85.
Previous SC 110's: SC 110 #1: Created around 1936 as new primary routing. Ran from US 221 Chesnee north to the North Carolina line, where the road continued as NC 741.
SC 110 was renumbered as part of US 221 in 1942.

 
 
SC 111  not currently assigned
Previous SC 111's: SC 111 #1: Appeared about 1930 as new routing. Ran from US 29/SC 11 Gaffney north 6 miles to the North Carolina State Line.
SC 111 was renumbered as part of SC 18 in 1937 to match NC 18.

SC 111 #2: Appeared in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from US 1 through Summit, and ended at SC 113 (current S-32-37) Gilbert.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 111 was extended north from US 1 to end at SC 386 (current S-32-46) Ridge Roads Crossroads, for a total length of 9 miles.
In 1948, SC 111 was downgraded to S-32-54 and S-32-31.
SC 112  not currently assigned
Previous SC 112's: SC 112 #1: Appeared in 1937 or 1938 as new routing. Ran from US 221/SC 110 Gaffney west 13 miles to SC 9 New Prospect.
SC 112 was renumbered as part of SC 11 in 1939.

SC 112 #2: Appeared in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 115 (current S-44-12) Means Crossroads southeast to US 176 (current SC 215) Union.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 112 was extended south along US 176 through Union, then later split east to end at SC 72-215 Carlisle, for a total length of 23 miles.
In 1948, SC 112 was downgraded to S-44-19 and S-44-24.
SC 113
From: SC 394 near Salley (Aiken County)
To: US 178 Fairview Crossroads (Lexington County).
Total Length: 13.8 miles  
ROUTE LOG
SC 394: 0 - 0
SC 302 SB: 5.9 - 5.9
SC 39: 0.1 - 6
SC 302 NB: 0.2 - 6.2
Lexington-Aiken Line: 5 - 11.2
US 178: 2.6 - 13.8
Creation: Resurrected as a state route in 1949, running as it does now.
Adjustments: SC 113 first appeared in 1937 or 1938 as new routing. Ran as a 3 mile stub from US 1 Clubhouse Crossroads south to Gilbert.
In 1939, SC 113 was extended north to SC 43 (current US 378).
In 1940, SC 113 was extended south all the way to SC 215 (current SC 302) Wagener.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 113 was again extended south to SC 390 (current S-2-22) southwest of Salley, bringing SC 113 to a total length of 38 miles.
In 1948, SC 113 was completely downgraded: S-2-38, S-32-24 and S-32-37 (south of I-20 this is now S-32-774).
SC 113 came back to life in its current state in 1949.
Improvements: SC 113 was fully paved upon resurrection; no multilane segments shown on the 2005 Official map.
Comment: SC 113 is a lonely road not serving much traffic.

 
 
SC 114
From: SC 18 near Bonham (Union County)
To: SC 18 near the Pacolet River Bridge(Union County).
Total Length: 6.3 miles  
ROUTE LOG
SC 18: 0 - 0
SC 9: 1.9 - 1.9
SC 18: 4.4 - 6.3
Creation: Appeared as new primary routing in 1939. Originally ran only as a 4 mile stub northeast off SC 11 (current SC 18-211 EB jct) in Cherokee County.
Adjustments: In 1940, SC 114 was extended northeast across SC 105, and ended at SC 103 (current S-11-13) near the Broad River Bridge.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 114 was extended south along SC 11 into Union County, and down to SC 11 (current SC 18) Bonham. This gave SC 114 a max length of 22 miles.
In 1948, SC 114 was reduced to its current routing, leaving behind S-11-15, S-11-231, and S-11-17.
Improvements: SC 114 was paved from Bonham to SC 9 in 1950. The remaining part was paved between 1955-58.
SC 114 has no multilane sections.
Comment: SC 114 essentially serves as a bypass of Jonesville for traffic heading from Union to Gaffney.
SC 115  not currently assigned
Previous SC 115's: SC 115: Appeared in 1939 as new routing. Ran as a 5 mile spur southwest off SC 9 Jonesville.
In 1940, SC 115 was extended southwest to US 176 (current SC 215) West Springs, for a length of 8 miles.
SC 112 was downgraded to S-44-12 in 1948.

 
SC 116
From: US 21 Beaufort NAS (Beaufort County)
To: Laurel Bay (Beaufort County).
Total Length: 3 miles  
ROUTE LOG
US 21: 0 - 0
END SC 116: 3 - 3
Creation: Created between 1962-64 as a new primary route. Ran as it does today. This is the 2nd SC 116.
Adjustments:None
Improvements: SC 116 was paved upon designation; no multilane segments
Comment: SC 116 connects the Naval Air Station to the Capehart Housing Project.
Previous SC 116's: SC 116 #1: Created in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from US 1 Leesville east to SC 113 (current S-32-37) right where I-20 exit 44 is located.
The 9 miles of SC 116 were downgraded to S-32-34 in 1948.
US 117

 
 
SC 117  not currently assigned
Previous SC 117's: SC 117: Appeared in 1940 as new routing. Ran from SC 210 (current US 21) east to SC 6 St. Matthews.
In 1941 or 1942, SC 117 was extended both directions: west to SC 605 (current S-9-29) and northeast to SC 235 (current S-9-25) for a total length of 12 miles.
In 1948, SC 117 was downgraded to S-9-22 and S-9-24.
SC 118
From: SC 19SC 302 south of Aiken (Aiken County)
To: US 78SC 302 east of Aiken (Aiken County).
Total Length: 13.8 miles  
ROUTE LOG
SC 19, SC 302 NB: 0 - 0
SC 302 SB: 0.4 - 0.4
SC 421: 4.6 - 5
US 1, US 78: 0.2 - 5.2
SC 19: 4.5 - 9.7
US 1: 1 - 10.7
SC 4, SC 302 NB: 3 - 13.7
US 78, SC 302 SB: 0.1 - 13.8
Creation: Created in 1974 or 1975 as a new primary route. Originally ran from US 1-78 west of Aiken to US 78 Aiken in a northern loop. This is the 2nd SC 118.
Adjustments:In 1987 or 1988, SC 118 was rerouted on its west end to meet square with SC 478. SC 118 was routed behind USC-Aiken in the process, leaving behind a piece of University Pkwy. Then SC 118 replaced SC 478 around the SW loop of Aiken, ending at SC 19.
In very late 2004, SC 118's east end was moved out to the US 78-SC 302 jct east of Aiken, mostly as new construction. The old US 78 Approach became just Beaufort St NE.
Improvements: SC 118 was paved upon designation; SC 118 was 4-laned on the Bee Log Rd SC 302 multiplex in 1997. No other multilane segments are shown on official maps.
Comment: SC 118 comprises about 80% of the full loop around Aiken (I drove the SE and S portions of this loop in Jan 2005 and it was NOT posted as SC 118.
The NE and NW sections of SC 18 have been posted as US 1 TRUCK, US 78 TRUCK, and SC 19 TRUCK since at least 1981.
Previous SC 118's: SC 118 #1: Created in 1940 as new primary routing. Ran from US 1 near Camden in a loop east to US 1 Cassatt.
The 12 miles of SC 118 were downgraded to S-28-15 and S-28-59 in 1948.
SC 119
From: US 321 Garnett (Hampton County)
To: Georgia State Line south of Cosby (Jasper County). The route continues as GA 119 to US 17 Riceboro, GA
Total Length: 5.8 miles (SC + GA 119 = 84 miles)  
ROUTE LOG
US 321: 0 - 0
Jasper-Hampton Line: 2.1 - 2.1
GA STATE LINE: 3.7 - 5.8
Creation: Shown as a dotted line on the 1959 Official Map. SC 119 opened in 1960 or 1961, running as it does now. This is the 2nd SC 119.
Adjustments:None
Improvements: SC 119 was paved upon designation; No multilane segments are shown on official maps.
Comment: SC 119 was built to provide a route from US 321 SB to Southeastern Georgia without having to go to Savannah.
Previous SC 119's: SC 119 #1: Created in 1941 or 1942 as new primary routing. Ran from SC 11 near Thickety Mtn (Cherokee County) north to the North Carolina State Line. Although fully paved in SC, the North Carolina side has always been secondary Prospect Church rd, which doesn't lead anywhere.
The 4 miles of SC 119 were downgraded to S-11-29 in 1948.

Last Update: 30 August 2005

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