South Carolina Highway 290

South Carolina Highway 290 (SC 290) is a 30.582-mile (49.217 km) [[State highway (US)|]state highway] in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of South Carolina. It courses through central Greenville and Spartanburg Counties.

South Carolina Highway 290 marker
South Carolina Highway 290
Route information
Maintained by SCDOT
Length30.582 mi[1][2] (49.217 km)
Existed1938–present
Major junctions
West end US 25 near Travelers Rest
 
East end US 221 in Moore
Location
CountiesGreenville, Spartanburg
Highway system
SC 288 SC 291

Route descriptionEdit

The west terminus of South Carolina Highway 290 is with its junction with US Highway 25 (US 25) approximately halfway between Travelers Rest and Tigerville. It generally follows a southeast route through the small villages of Locust Hill and Sandy Flat before entering Greer. Within Greer, its course changes to an easterly direction and it continues over the county border into Spartanburg County. SC 290's course changes back to a southeasterly direction as it passes through Duncan. It then crosses Interstate 85 (I-85) at exit 63 and continues on until it reaches its east terminus, the junction with US 221, in Moore.[3][4]

Major intersectionsEdit

CountyLocationmi[1][2]kmDestinationsNotes
Greenville0.0000.000  US 25Western terminus
Sandy Flat5.3038.534  SC 253 north (Mountain View Road)  – Tigerville, North Greenville UniversityWestern end of SC 253 concurrency
5.5308.900  SC 253 south (Sandy Flat Road)Eastern end of SC 253 concurrency
Fairview11.37018.298  SC 101 northWestern end of SC 101 concurrency
Greer11.88019.119  
 
US 29 south (Wade Hampton Boulevard) / SC 14 Truck south (Buncombe Street)  – Greenville
Western end of US 29/SC 14 Truck concurrency
12.13019.521  
 
US 29 north / SC 290 Truck east (Wade Hampton Boulevard / SC 14 Truck north) / Mount Vernon Road  – Spartanburg
Eastern end of US 29/SC 14 Truck concurrency; western terminus of SC 290 Truck
13.80022.209  SC 14 (Main Street / SC 101 Truck south)Northern terminus of SC 101 Truck
GreenvilleSpartanburg
county line
14.12022.724   SC 101 south (South Line Street) / SC 357 north (North Line Street)  – Apalache, WoodruffEastern end of SC 101 concurrency; southern terminus of SC 357
Spartanburg15.916–
15.929
25.614–
25.635
  SC 80 (J. Verne Smith Parkway)Interchange; eastern terminus of SC 290 Truck
Duncan18.54029.837  SC 292 east (Spartanburg Road)  – LymanWestern terminus of SC 292
21.38534.416  I-85  – Greenville, SpartanburgI-85 exit 63
24.42739.311  SC 296 (Reidville Road)
25.70041.360  SC 417
Moore30.58249.217  US 221Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Greer truck routeEdit

 

 

South Carolina Highway 290 Truck

LocationGreer
Length5.810 mi[5][6][7] (9.350 km)

South Carolina Highway 290 Truck (SC 290 Truck) is a 5.810-mile (9.350 km) truck route that is nearly entirely within the northern part of Greer. Approximately half of its length is in Greenville County and the other half is in Spartanburg County. It has concurrencies with U.S. Route 29 (US 29), SC 14 Truck, and SC 80.

The truck route begins at an intersection with US 29 (Wade Hampton Boulevard), at that highway's northern intersection with SC 101/SC 290. This intersection is in the east-central portion of Greenville County. US 29, SC 14 Truck, and SC 290 Truck travel to the east-northeast. Just before an intersection with the southern terminus of Ashmore Street, the roadway begins to curve to the east-southeast. Then, they intersect SC 14 (North Main Street). Here, SC 14 Truck reaches its northern terminus, while US 29 and SC 290 Truck continue to the east-southeast and then enter the southwestern part of Spartanburg County. A short distance later, they meet SC 357 (Arlington Road). They curve to the east-northeast and then leave the city limits. They have a very brief portion back in the city before leaving again. Then, they cross over the South Tyger River before they intersect the eastern terminus of SC 80 (J. Verne Smith Parkway) and the southern terminus of Gary Armstrong Road. Here, SC 290 Truck turns right, off of US 29 and onto SC 80. Here, they re-enter Greer.

SC 80 and SC 290 Truck travel to the south-southeast. Almost immediately, they cross over the South Tyger River. Then, they curve to the southwest and leave the city limits again. They bend to the south-southwest and then travel on a bridge over some railroad tracks of CSX. Immediately, they have an interchange with SC 290 (East Poinsett Street Extension). Here, they re-enter the city, and SC 290 Truck reaches its eastern terminus.[8]

The entire route is in Greer.

Countymi[5][6][7]kmDestinationsNotes
Greenville0.0000.000   SC 101 south / SC 290 east (West Poinsett Street) / Mt. Vernon Road north  – Greer
    US 29 south / SC 101 north / SC 290 west (Wade Hampton Boulevard / SC 14 Truck south)  – Greenville, Greenville Tech Benson Campus
Western end of US 29 and SC 14 Truck concurrencies; western terminus of SC 290 Truck; southern terminus of Mt. Vernon Road
1.7702.849  
 
 
SC 14 (North Main Street) / SC 14 Truck ends  – Landrum, City stadium
Eastern end of SC 14 Truck concurrency; eastern terminus of SC 14 Truck
Spartanburg2.3703.814  SC 357 (Arlington Road)  – Apalache
4.3607.017  
 
US 29 north (Wade Hampton Boulevard) / SC 80 begins / Gary Armstrong Road north  – Lyman
Eastern end of US 29 concurrency; western end of SC 80 concurrency; eastern terminus of SC 80; southern terminus of Gary Armstrong Road
5.8109.350   SC 80 west (J. Verne Smith Parkway) / SC 290 (East Poinsett Street Extension)  – Greer, DuncanEastern end of SC 80 concurrency; eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Highway Logmile Report". South Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved December 27, 2020.
  2. ^ a b "Highway Logmile Report". South Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved December 27, 2020.
  3. ^ South Carolina DeLorme Atlas & Gazetteer, First Edition (© 1998). Pages 18–19.
  4. ^ Google (June 2, 2018). "South Carolina Highway 290" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved June 2, 2018.
  5. ^ a b "Highway Logmile Report". South Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved December 5, 2020.
  6. ^ a b "Highway Logmile Report". South Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved December 5, 2020.
  7. ^ a b "Highway Logmile Report". South Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved December 5, 2020.
  8. ^ Google (October 9, 2020). "Overview map of SC 290 Truck (Greer)" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved October 9, 2020.

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