South Carolina Highway 118
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South Carolina Highway 118

South Carolina Highway 118 marker

South Carolina Highway 118
Route information
Maintained by SCDOT
Length13.18 mi[1] (21.21 km)
Major junctions
South end / in Aiken
  • / in Aiken
  • in Aiken
North end / near Aiken
Highway system

South Carolina Highway 118 (SC 118) is a state highway in the U.S. state of South Carolina. The highway is a beltway around downtown Aiken. The highway is officially designated for a length of 13.18 miles (21.21 km) on the road around the south, west, and north sides of the city. However, it is co-signed with SC 302 on its southeastern quadrant.

Route description

According to the South Carolina Department of Transportation, SC 118 begins at an intersection with SC 302 (Silver Bluff Road) in southern Aiken, within Aiken County. It travels to the west-northwest, concurrent with SC 19 Truck. The two highways travel north of Houndslake Country Club and Aiken Elementary School before heading to the north-northwest. They cross over the Sand River. They also intersect SC 421 (Augusta Road). Just afterward, they travel underneath a railroad bridge and intersect U.S. Route 1 (US 1) and US 78 (Jefferson Davis Highway/Richland Avenue). At this intersection, US 1 Truck/US 78 Truck join the concurrency. They briefly travel outside of the city limits of Aiken. The four highways curve to the northeast and travel through University of South Carolina Aiken. At University Parkway, they re-enter Aiken. Just after Vaucluse Road, they curve to the east-southeast. Just before Arbor Court, they curve to the southeast. They curve to the east-southeast and intersect SC 19 (Laurens Street).[2]

At the intersection with SC 19, SC 19 Truck ends. The three highways pass Aiken High School. They cross some railroad tracks and have a second intersection with US 1 (York Street). Here, US 1 Truck ends. US 78 Truck/SC 118 travels to the southeast and leave the city limits of Aiken again. They curve to the south-southeast and intersect SC 4/SC 302 (Wagener Road). Here, SC 302 joins the concurrency. They curve to the south-southwest and have a second intersection with US 78 (Charleston Highway). Here, US 78 Truck ends. SC 118/SC 302 curve to the southeast, re-enter Aiken, and pass Citizens Park. They travel between Kennedy Middle School and Millbrook Elementary School and travel south of Virginia Acres Park. South of the park, they intersect SC 19 (Whiskey Road). Here, SC 19 Truck joins the concurrency. They curve to the west-southwest and meet Silver Bluff Road, where SC 302 turns left.[2]


Major intersections

The entire route is in Aiken County.

Aiken0.000.00 west (Silver Bluff Road) - Beech Island, JacksonClockwise end of SC 302 concurrency
4.637.45 (Augusta Road)
/ (Jefferson Davis Highway/Richland Avenue) / begins / begins - Augusta
Westen terminus of US 1 Truck and US 78 Truck; clockwise start of US 1 Truck and US 78 Truck concurrencies
(Laurens Street) / ends to  - Edgefield
Northern terminus of SC 19 Truck; clockwise end of SC 19 Truck concurrency
/ ends to  - Batesburg
Northern terminus of US 1 Truck; clockwise end of US 1 Truck concurrency
13.1821.21 / west (Wagener Road)Clockwise end of SC 302 concurrency
/ ends - Aiken, Denmark
Eastern terminus of US 78 Truck; clockwise end of US 78 Truck concurrency
/ begins - Sav. R. Site
Southern terminus of SC 19 Truck; clockwise start of SC 19 Truck concurrency
16.6026.72 west (Silver Bluff Road) - Beech Island, JacksonClockwise end of SC 302 concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ a b "Statewide Highways (shapefile)" (zip). South Carolina Department of Transportation. September 29, 2017. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ a b Google (May 19, 2016). "South Carolina Highway 118" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2016.

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