SC 417
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From: Mauldin (Greenville County)
To: Middle Tyger Rive Bridge (Spartanburg County)
Total Length: 21.8 miles  
ROUTE LOG
US 276: 0 - 0
I-185: 1.5 - 1.5
I-385 (exit 31): 0.1 - 1.6
SC 14 NB: 0.9 - 2.5
SC 14 SB: 1.5 - 4.0
SC 146 WB: 6.2 - 10.2
Spartanburg-Greenville Line: 1.0 - 11.2
SC 146 EB: 0.4 - 11.6
SC 101: 1.7 - 13.3
SC 290: 7.7 - 21.0
SC 296: 0.8 - 21.8
Creation: SC 417 appeared in 1949 as an upgrade to S-23-65 and S-42-84, running from US 276 (now SC 14) Simpsonville northeast to SC 296 west of Spartanburg. This is the only SC 417.
Adjustments: In 1958, SC 417 was extended west replacing US 276 to the newly built US 276 freeway in Mauldin.

1949 Official
SC 417 from Simpsonville to SC 296
1949 Official
1958 Official
SC 417 west end extended to Mauldin
1958 Official

Between 1969-73, SC 417 was straightended out in eastern Greenville County leaving behind parts of S-23-143 Georgia Rd; Clear Springs Rd; S-23-145 Scuffletown Rd.

1953 Greenville County
SC 417 with steps in eastern Greenville County
1953 Greenville County
1973 Greenville County
SC 417 straightened out
1973 Greenville County

In 1975 (bridge date), SC 417 was striaghtened out at the South Tyger River, leaving behind Harmon Rd, Lightwood Knot Rd and abandoned routing.

1952 Spartanburg County
SC 417 curved routing
1952 Spartanburg County
1976 Spartanburg County
SC 417 straightened out
1976 Spartanburg County

Improvements: SC 417 paved upon designation; multilane from Mauldin to Simpsonville
Comment: I used to used SC 417 (with SC 86 and SC 88, among other routes) as a backroad alternative to get to Spartanburg from Clemson.
SC 417 is pretty quiet east of Simpsonville.


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