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National Highway Freight Network Map and Tables for South Carolina

This map of South Carolina's National Highway Freight Network includes the Primary Highway Freight System and all the Interstates running through the state that are not part of the Primary Highway Freight System.

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Table of National Highway Freight Network Routes

PRIMARY HIGHWAY FREIGHT SYSTEM (PHFS) ROUTES

State

Route No

Start Point

End Point

Length (Miles)

SC

I20

GA/SC Line

I95

141.41

SC

I26

U176

U17

124.46

SC

I26

I85

SC/NC Line

17.87

SC

I385

3.34 Miles West of I85

0.32 Miles East of I85

3.97

SC

I526

SC9P

I26

10.47

SC

I85

GA/SC Line

SC/NC Line

106.87

SC

I95

GA/SC Line

SC/NC Line

198.91

Subtotal

603.97


PHFS INTERMODAL CONNECTORS

State

Facility ID

Facility Name

Facility Description

Length (Miles)

SC

SC10P

Columbus St/Union Pier Terminal

Morrison Dr from I-26, south to Charlotte Street, east to Washington St, south to the terminal.  . .

2.86

SC

SC5R

Charleston Rail Facility (CSX)

S-62 (Montague Ave), S-1411 (Blossom St) between I-26 and the Rail Freight Yard.  .  .

1.07

SC

SC8P

North Charleston Terminal

Remount Rd (Terminal to I-26).  .  .

2.96

SC

SC9P

Wando Terminal

Served by Existing NHS Route.  .  .

1.24

Subtotal

8.12

PHFS Total

612.09


INTERSTATE NOT ON THE PHFS

State

Route No

Start Point

End Point

Length (Miles)

SC

I126

I26

S133

3.55

SC

I185

U29

I385

16.34

SC

I26

I85

0.31 Miles West of U176

78.34

SC

I385

U276

0.21 Miles East of S291

1.99

SC

I385

0.32 Miles East of I85

I26

35.78

SC

I526

I26

U17 (West)

6.98

SC

I526

Long Point Rd

U17 (East)

1.96

SC

I585

U176 (West)

U176 (East)

2.08

SC

I77

I26

SC/NC Line

91.16

INTERSTATE NON-PHFS Total

238.19


Table of Routes PDF Format


Sources

U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Freight Analysis Framework,
Version 4, 2015, Highway Performance Monitoring System 2012.

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