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SC 5 Bus: 0 - 0
SC 322: 9.0 - 9.0
SC 72, SC 121: 5.0 - 14.0
Creation: SC 324 appeared in 1940 as new primary routing, running from US 21 (now SC 72-121) near Ogden northwest to SC 322. This is the only SC 324.
Adjustments: In 1942, SC 324 was extended west as new routing to US 321 Delphia, south of York. Also, a discontinuous piece was formed running from SC 5 York southeast 1.3 miles to today's S-46-1566 Langrum Branch Rd. The 1942 official appears to make it look like these pieces don't make since but the 1943 York County map shows that they are not all that askew from one another.
In 1947, SC 324 was extended northwest from York as new primary routing to today's S-46-11 near Smyrna, then replaced SC 556 to SC 55 east of Kings Creek. Also, SC 324 was downgraded to S-46-25 east of SC 322 and S-46-32 on both pieces west of SC 322 (meaning there was a discontinuous S-46-32).
In 1950, SC 324 was extended east from York with SC 5, then southeast over S-46-32 and S-46-46 to about today's S-46-334 Carson Rd, then new construction southeast to the other part of S-46-32 Cameron Rd before continuing over what had been the SC 324 routing southeast to SC 72 past Ogden.
In 1951, SC 324 west was truncated to York, replaced to Kings Creek by a rerouted SC 5 (SC 324 may have briefly used Piedmont Springs Rd to connect to SC 55).
Improvements: Fully paved in 1948; no multilane segments
Comment: SC 324 serves the southeast quadrant of York County.
Page last modified 13 June 2015