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Interstate 95 South Carolina

Interstate 95 cuts a swath through eastern South Carolina's Low Country between the Savannah River with Georgia and the North Carolina state line near Dillon. The freeway overall carries four lanes of travel with the exception of a 10-mile six-lane section at Florence. The majority of the traffic along the 199-mile freeway just passes through the Palmetto State between Florida and the Northeastern United States. Because the freeway favors through interests, the state of South Carolina contemplates the institution of tolls along its entire section of Interstate 95 to pay for both the modernization and expansion of the original freeway.

Interstate 95 Highway Guides

Scenes Pertaining to Interstate 95
The view of Interstate 95 as seen from the U.S. 17 trumpet interchange at Exit 33. The southbound loop ramp features an intersection with an adjacent frontage road. The frontage road carries original U.S. 17 southbound from Exit 33 to Exit 22 at Ridgeland. Photo taken 01/18/04.
Interstate 95 northbound curves into Hampton County north of the split with U.S. 17 at Exit 33 (Pocotaligo). The freeway retains four lanes throughout all of South Carolina at present. Photo taken 01/18/04.
Interstate 95 South Carolina shields and guide sign at Exit 170 on South Carolina 327 northbound. A partial cloverleaf interchange composes the junction between Williston Road (South Carolina 327) and the north-south freeway. The Interstate 20 control city of Columbia is posted for the southbound on-ramp. Photo taken 04/21/01.
South Carolina 26 (TV Road) at the Interstate 95 northbound on-ramp of Exit 86. A diamond interchange composes the junction between the two highways. In the background is a frontage road known as Campground Road. Photo taken 12/15/01.

Page Updated January 14, 2007.