South Carolina Highway 296

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SC 296 marker

SC 296
Reidville Road, John B. White Sr. Blvd
Route information
Maintained by SCDOT
Length: 23.5 mi (37.8 km)
Existed: 1940 – present
Major junctions
West end: SC 14 in Greenville County
  I‑26
US 29 / US 221
East end: I‑585 Bus. / US 176 / SC 9 in Spartanburg
Location
Counties: Greenville, Spartanburg
Highway system
SC 295 SC 300

South Carolina Highway 296 is an east-west route coursing through central Greenville and Spartanburg counties.

Route description[edit]

The west terminus of SC 296 is at a junction with SC 14 in west-central Greenville County and proceeds in a generally east-northeast direction. Shortly after the junction, the route merges with SC 146, but soon separates from SC 146 a short distance afterward. South Carolina Highway 296 then crosses into Spartanburg County as it traverses the Enoree River, and then intersects with SC 101 before passing through Reidville. Then, SC 296 intersects with SC 290 and SC 417 before intersecting with Interstate 26 at exit 22 just outside the Spartanburg city limits. Within the city, SC 296 junctions with US 29 and US 221, and finally reaches its eastern terminus with US 176 and SC 9.[1]

History[edit]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile Destinations Notes
Greenville Five Forks 0.0 SC 14 Western terminus
1.7 SC 146 Start SC 146 concurrency
2.4 SC 146 End SC 146 concurrency
Spartanburg Sugar Tit 7.6 SC 101
Poplar Springs 13.0 SC 290
14.2 SC 417 Eastern terminus of SC 417
Spartanburg 18.3 I‑26 (Freeway) Exit 22 (I-26)
18.5 SC 215 Northern terminus of SC 215
18.5 SC 295 Start SC 295 concurrency
19.4 SC 295 End SC 295 concurrency
21.4
US 29 Conn. north
Southern terminus of US 29 Connector
22.5 US 29
22.9 US 221 / SC 56
23.5 I‑585 Bus. / US 176 / SC 9 Eastern terminus

References[edit]

  1. ^ DeLorme South Carolina Atlas & Gazetteer, First Edition, ©1998. Pages 18–19, 24.

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