SC 93
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From: west of Clemson (Oconee County)
To: Easley (Pickens County)
Total Length: 23.6 miles  
ROUTE LOG
US 76, US 123, SC 28: 0 - 0
Pickens-Oconee Line: 0.7 - 0.7
US 76, SC 28: 2.2 - 2.9
US 123: 0.6 - 3.5
SC 137: 6.9 - 10.4
US 178: 4.3 - 14.7
SC 8: 5.8 - 20.5
SC 135 SB: 0.6 - 21.1
SC 135 NB: 0.1 - 21.2
US 123: 2.4 - 23.6
Creation: SC 93 appeared in 1964 as a renumbering of SC 28 Bus across Lake Hartwell and through Clemson; US 123 CONN between US 76/SC 28 and US 123; US 123 from Clemson to Easley; US 123 Bus through Easley. This is the 2nd SC 93.
Adjustments: None
Improvements: Fully paved upon designation.
SC 93 is multilane within Easley (since at least mid-80s) and Clemson (since at least mid-80's).
In 2001, SC 93 was multilaned from Clemson to Central.
Comment: SC 93 serves Clemson University, as well as the towns of Liberty, Norris and Central.
SC 93 was the original route of SC 2.
SC 93 is the only primary route anywhere I have driven 100% of on a bicycle.

1962 Pickens County
SC 28 Business through Clemson
1962 Pickens County
1967 Pickens County
SC 93 through Clemson
1967 Pickens County

1948 Official
US 123 through Central-Norris-Liberty
1948 Official
1964 Official
SC 93 replaces US 123
1964 Official

1953 Pickens County
US 123 Business through Easley
1953 Pickens County
1967 Pickens County
SC 93 through Easley
1967 Pickens County

Previous SC 93's:

1947 ROUTE LOG
SC 97: 0 - 0
SC 914: 9.3 - 9.3
US 521: 1.9 - 11.2
SC 93 #1: Appeared in 1925 or 1926 as new primary routing, running from SC 9 Lancaster north to North Carolina.
In 1930, SC 93 is shown as a projected road southwest to SC 97 at the Catawba River.
In 1932, SC 93 was extended southwest as new primary routing to SC 97.
In 1938, SC 93 north was truncated to US 521/SC 9 (now S-29-2) Lancaster, with the road to North Carolina renumbered as SC 200.
In 1940, SC 93 was put on new construction at its northern end to meet US 521 south of Lancaster. The old route into central Lancaster became SC 93 ALT (now S-29-12 Springdale Rd; S-29-57 Midway St/Gay Sts)
In 1952, the rest of SC 93 was renumbered as more SC 200 (today this is now also S-29-6 and S-29-19)

1926 Official
SC 93 north of Lancaster
1926 Official
1932 Official
SC 93 extended to SC 97
1932 Official
1938 Official
SC 93 truncated to Lancaster
1938 Official
1942 Lancaster County
SC 93 rerouted to southern Lancaster
1942 Lancaster County
1952 Official
SC 93 replaced by SC 200
1952 Official


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