U.S. Route 25 in South Carolina
U.S. Route 25 (US 25) is a U.S. Highway that travels from Brunswick, Georgia to the Kentucky-Ohio state line, where Covington, Kentucky meets Cincinnati, Ohio at the Ohio River. In the U.S. state of South Carolina, it begins as a 140.4-mile-long (226.0 km) highway that travels south to north in the western part of the state, serving the northern part of the Augusta metropolitan area, Greenwood, and Greenville on its path from North Augusta to North Carolina in the Saluda Mountains, near Travelers Rest.
Route of US 25 in South Carolina highlighted in red
|Maintained by SCDOT|
|Length||140.6 mi (226.3 km)|
|Existed||1927 – present|
|South end||US 1 / US 25 / US 78 / US 278 at the GA state line near North Augusta|
|North end||US 25 at the NC line near Travelers Rest|
|Counties||Aiken, Edgefield, McCormick, Greenwood, Laurens, Greenville|
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ADHS corridor WEdit
US 25, from I-85 to the North Carolina state line, is part of the Appalachian Development Highway System (ADHS), which is part of Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC). Of the 30.7-mile (49.4 km) section of US 25, only 22.9-mile (36.9 km) was authorized for ADHS funding. In the 2013 fiscal year, South Carolina completed Corridor W and also became the first state to complete its entire ADHS miles among all 13 Appalachian states. The entire section of US 25 along Corridor W boasts a four-to-six-lane limited-access road, with interchanges at major intersections.
Established in 1927 as an original US highway, it was assigned to the entirety of SC 21, which was removed the following year. Traveling closely as it does today, it went from North Augusta to Travelers Rest, connecting the cities and towns of Edgefield, Greenwood, Ware Shoals, and Greenville.
In 1937, US 25 was rerouted in Greenville, moving onto College Avenue from Main Street to Buncombe Street. By 1961, US 25 was moved onto a new bypass east of North Augusta, leaving US 25 Bus. In 1963, Ware Shoals was bypassed east, leaving another US 25 Bus. In 1964, US 25 was rerouted onto new primary routing east of Travelers Rest, leaving Main Street to US 276 and Poinsett Highway downgraded to secondary (today now an unsigned US 25 Conn).
By 1969, US 25 was rerouted onto a western bypass of Greenville, replacing SC 250; the old alignment was replaced by US 25 Bus. Also in same year, US 25 was given its current eastern bypass around Greenwood, leaving US 25 Bus along its old alignment along Main and Montague Streets. In 1973, US 25 was rerouted in northern Greenville County onto new modern ascent along the Saluda Mountains; the old route was downgraded to secondary (Old Highway 25 - S-23-969).
|Aiken||North Augusta||0.0||0.0||US 1 south / US 25 south / US 78 west / US 278 west / SR 10 west / SR 121 south – Augusta||Continuation from Georgia over the Savannah River|
|0.2||0.32||5th Street Bridge / River North Drive|
|0.7||1.1||US 1 north / US 78 east / US 278 east – Aiken||North end of US 1 and east end of US 78/US 278 overlap|
|1.6||2.6||SC 125 / SC 230 (Atomic Road) – North Augusta, Savannah River Site||South end of SC 230 overlap|
|2.1||3.4||SC 230 north (Martintown Road) – Lake Thurmond||North end of SC 230 overlap|
US 25 Bus. south (Georgia Avenue) – Augusta
|4.8||7.7||SC 126 east (Belvedere Clearwater Road) – Clearwater|
|6.4||10.3||To I-520||I-520 exit 22.|
|7.2||11.6||I-20 – Columbia, Atlanta||I-20 exit 5.|
|Edgefield||Trenton||20.4||32.8||SC 19 south / SC 121 north – Aiken, Johnston||North end of SC 121 overlap|
|Edgefield||26.1||42.0||SC 23 east (Columbia Road) – Johnston||East end of SC 23 overlap|
|26.5||42.6||SC 23 west (Main Street) – Modoc||West end of SC 23 overlap|
|27.6||44.4||SC 430 – Saluda, Johnston|
|||30.7||49.4||SC 283 west – Plum Branch|
|||38.6||62.1||US 378 – Saluda, McCormick|
||No major junctions|
|Greenwood||||53.7||86.4||US 178 east – Columbia||East end of US 178 overlap|
|||54.9||88.4||SC 67 south (Callison Highway) – Callison|
|||55.4||89.2||SC 225 north – Abbeville|
US 221 south / US 25 Bus. north / US 178 Bus. west – McCormick
|South end of US 221 overlap|
|57.7||92.9||SC 34 north (Ninety Six Highway) – Ninety Six|
US 221 north / SC 72 east / SC 72 Bus. west (Reynolds Avenue) – Laurens, Clinton
|North end of US 221 and east end of SC 72 overlap|
|62.9||101.2||SC 254 (Cokesbury Road) – Cokesbury|
US 25 Bus. south / US 178 Bus. east / SC 72 west – Abbeville
|West end of SC 72 overlap|
|Hodges||69.5||111.8||US 178 west (Moorefield Street) to SC 185 – Anderson, Due West||West end of US 178 overlap|
|||70.3||113.1||SC 246 (Emerson Street) – Cokesbury, Hodges|
|||71.1||114.4||SC 254 south (Cokesbury Road) – Cokesbury|
|Ware Shoals||76.6||123.3|| |
US 25 Bus. north (Greenwood Avenue) – Ware Shoals
|Laurens||||78.1||125.7||Power House Road|
US 25 Bus. south / SC 252 – Ware Shoals, Laurens
|Princeton||86.4||139.0||US 76 east – Laurens||East end of US 76 overlap|
|Greenville||||87.6||141.0||US 76 west (Princeton Highway) – Honea Path||West end of US 76 overlap|
|Ware Place||97.3||156.6||SC 247 south (Cooley Bridge Road) – Belton|
|97.4||156.8||SC 8 west (Pelzer Highway) / SC 418 east (Old Hundred Road) – Pelzer, Fountain Inn|
|Canterbury||102.4||164.8||SC 86 west (Bessie Road) – Piedmont|
I-185 (Southern Connector) – Spartanburg, Columbia, Greenville, Atlanta
|||107.6||173.2||SC 291 north (Augusta Highway) – Greenville|
|||110.0||177.0||I-85 – Spartanburg, Atlanta|
|Gantt||110.7||178.2||SC 20 (Piedmont Highway) to I-185 north to US 29 north – Greenville, Piedmont|
|||111.0||178.6||I-185 south / US 29 south – Atlanta|
|||112.2||180.6||SC 81 (Anderson Road) – Greenville, Anderson|
|||113.5||182.7||US 123 (New Easley Highway) – Greenville, Easley, Clemson|
|||114.7||184.6||SC 124 (Old Easley Highway) – Greenville, Easley|
|||115.1||185.2||SC 253 (Blue Ridge Drive) – Greer, Easley|
|||118.2||190.2||SC 183 (Farrs Bridge Road) – Greenville, Pickens|
|Travelers Rest||122.6||197.3||US 276 east (Poinsett Highway) – Greenville||East end of US 276 overlap; no northbound exit, southbound left exit|
|123.2||198.3||US 276 west (Main Street) – Cleveland, Caesars Head, Brevard||West end of US 276 overlap; northbound left exit|
US 25 Conn. south / US 276 Conn. west (Poinsett Highway) – Travelers Rest
|Unsigned connector route|
|||129.1||207.8||SC 290 east (Locust Hill Road) – Greer|
|||129.9||209.1||SC 414 west (Bates Crossing Road)||West end of SC 414 overlap|
|||130.0||209.2||SC 414 east – Tigerville||East end of SC 414 overlap; to North Greenville University and Campbell's Covered Bridge|
|||133.5||214.8||SC 11 (Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway) – Cleveland, Gowensville, Marietta|
|||134.3||216.1||Old Highway 25 – Camp Old Indian, Saluda||To Poinsett Bridge|
|||140.6||226.3||US 25 north – Hendersonville, Asheville||Continuation into North Carolina|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- Google (June 29, 2013). "U.S. Route 25 in South Carolina" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved June 29, 2013.
- "Status of Corridors in South Carolina" (PDF). Appalachian Regional Commission. September 30, 2013. Retrieved June 29, 2014.
- General Highway Map, Greenville County, South Carolina (PDF) (Map). Cartography by SCDOT. South Carolina Department of Transportation. 1957. Retrieved April 7, 2014.
- General Highway Map, Greenville County, South Carolina (PDF) (Map). Cartography by SCDOT. South Carolina Department of Transportation. 1965. Retrieved April 7, 2014.
- General Highway Map, Greenville County, South Carolina (PDF) (Map). Cartography by SCDOT. South Carolina Department of Transportation. 1973. Retrieved April 7, 2014.