South Carolina Highway 522

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SC 522 marker

SC 522
Route information
Maintained by SCDOT
Length: 29.4 mi[1] (47.3 km)
Existed: 1949 – present
Major junctions
South end: SC 97 in Liberty Hill
  US 521 in Heath Springs
North end: NC 522 at the NC line near Sapps Crossroads
Location
Counties: Kershaw, Lancaster
Highway system
US 521 I-526

South Carolina Highway 522 (SC 522) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina. It serves to connect communities in central Lancaster County.

Route description[edit]

SC 522 is a two-lane rural highway, from Liberty Hill to the North Carolina state line, near Sapps Crossroads. It is similar to a Farm-to-market road that it provides no real destination for travelers, but does provides access to farmland in central Lancaster County.

History[edit]

Originally established in either 1937 or 1938, it was a new primary route from US 521, near Heath Springs, to NC 9, in Primus. In 1948, it was decommissioned. However, in 1949, it was reestablished along the same route and north to the North Carolina state line. In 1951 or 1952, SC 522 was extended east to its current eastern terminus in Liberty Hill.[2]

Junction list[edit]

County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Kershaw Liberty Hill 0.0 0.0 SC 97 (John G. Richards Road) – Camden, Great Falls
Lancaster Heath Springs 12.2 19.6 US 521 south (Main Street) – Kershaw, Camden South end of US 521 overlap
Pleasant Hill 14.3 23.0 US 521 north (Kershaw-Camden Highway) – Lancaster North end of US 521 overlap
Primus 19.5 31.4 SC 903 (Flat Creek Road) – Lancaster
Buford 24.1 38.8 SC 9 (Pageland Highway) – Lancaster, Pageland
State line 29.4 47.3 NC 522 north
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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