South Carolina Highway 292

South Carolina Highway 292 (SC 292) is a 13.640-mile-long (21.951 km) state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina. The highway connects Duncan and the Inman area, via Lyman.

South Carolina Highway 292 marker
South Carolina Highway 292
Route information
Maintained by SCDOT
Length13.640 mi[1] (21.951 km)
Major junctions
West end SC 290 in Duncan
East end SC 9 near Boiling Springs
Highway system
SC 291 SC 295

Route descriptionEdit

SC 292 begins at an intersection with SC 290 (West Main Street) in Duncan, within Spartanburg County. It travels to the east-northeast, crosses railroad tracks, and curves to the northeast. It crosses over the Middle Tyger River and enters Lyman. The highway crosses railroad tracks before passing Lyman Park. At Groce Road, SC 292 turns left and travels to the north-northwest. Three blocks later, it intersects U.S. Route 29 (US 29). The two highways travel concurrently to the west for one block, crossing railroad tracks along the way. The two highways intersect the western terminus of SC 129. SC 129/SC 292 travels to the north-northeast and immediately begin curving to the northeast. The only intersection along their short concurrency is with the southern terminus of SC 358 (Holly Springs Road). SC 292 travels to the north-northeast and crosses the North Tyger River before leaving the city limits. It curves back to the north-northeast and crosses Lake Cooley. It crosses Lawsons Fork Creek and enters Inman Mills. The highway travels southeast of Inman Mills Park. At the intersection with US 176 (Asheville Highway), the highway leaves Inman Mills and enters Inman. It curves to the northwest and turns right onto Prospect Street. Just after leaving town, it crosses Greene Creek. It crosses over Meadow Creek just before an interchange with Interstate 26 (I-26). A short distance later, it meets its eastern terminus, an intersection with SC 9 (Boiling Springs Road).

Major intersectionsEdit

The entire route is in Spartanburg County.

Duncan0.0000.000  SC 290 (West Main Street) – Greer, Greenville, MooreSouthern terminus
Lyman1.6102.591Spartanburg Road north (SC 292 Conn. east) / Groce Road southSouthern terminus of SC 292 Conn., which takes on the Spartanburg Road name; SC 292 turns left onto Groce Road.
2.0003.219  US 29 northWestern end of US 29 concurrency
US 29 south / SC 129 begins – Greer
Eastern end of US 29 concurrency; western end of SC 129 concurrency
2.1803.508  SC 358 north (Holly Springs Road)Southern terminus of SC 358
2.2603.637  SC 129 east (Charlotte Highway) – WellfordEastern end of SC 129 concurrency
Inman MillsInman line8.74014.066  US 176 (Asheville Highway) – Campobello, Spartanburg
  I-26 – Asheville, ColumbiaI-26 exit 10
13.64021.951  SC 9 (Boiling Springs Road) – Boiling Springs, Fingerville
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Lyman connector routeEdit



South Carolina Highway 292 Connector

LocationLymanWellford, South Carolina
Length0.770 mi[2] (1,239 m)

South Carolina Highway 292 Connector (SC 292 Conn.) is a 0.770-mile (1.239 km) connector route that mostly exists within the east-central part of Lyman. There is a relatively short portion in nearby Wellford. It is an unsigned highway.[3]

It begins at an intersection with the SC 292 mainline, where that highway turns left off of Spartanburg Road and onto Groce Road. The connector route takes Spartanburg Road to the northeast. Just after an intersection with the northern terminus of Ridge Road and the southern terminus of Elliott Road, it begins a curve to the southeast. During that curve it leaves Lyman and enters Wellford. At Astor Street, it turns left and takes that street to the northeast for one block, to its eastern terminus, an intersection with U.S. Route 29 (US 29).

The entire route is in Spartanburg County.

Lyman0.0000.000Groce Road south – Moore
  SC 292 north (Groce Road north) – Inman
  SC 292 south (Spartanburg Road south) – Duncan, Greer
Western terminus
Wellford0.7701.239Spartanburg Highway South (US 29) / Astor Street northEastern terminus; Astor Street continues past terminus.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b "Highway Logmile Report". South Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  2. ^ a b "Highway Logmile Report". South Carolina Department of Transportation. Retrieved November 9, 2020.
  3. ^ Greenville – Spartanburg Urban Area (PDF) (Map). South Carolina Department of Transportation. pp. 7–8. Retrieved November 9, 2020.

External linksEdit

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