Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Spurs, Bypasses and Beltways: Rhode Island, South Carolina and South Dakota

English: The "Pineapple Fountain" lo...
English: The "Pineapple Fountain" located at Waterfront Park in Charleston, SC. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Interstate 95 has two auxiliaries in Rhode Island and both are in the Providence area. Interstate 195 begins at I-95 in Providence and travels 40 miles to I-495 in Wareham, Massachusetts. In Warwick Interstate 295 leaves I-95 and runs 26 miles to rejoin I-95 in Attleboro, Massachusetts.

In South Carolina the four miles of Interstate 126 joins I-26 to US 21 in Columbia. In Charleston Interstate 526 uses its 19 miles to connect US 17 to I-526 Business in Mount Pleasant. This highway provides a bypass on the northern and eastern sides of Charleston.

Interstate 185 in Greenville is 18 miles in length. It connects I-385 to US 29. Leaving I-26 near Clinton is Interstate 385. It travels 42 miles to US 276 in Greenville. In Spartanburg is Interstate 585. this highway is just over two miles in length and joins US 126 to I-85 Business.

Interstate 229 is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It leaves I-29 at Exit 75 and travels to the east and then north for just over 11 miles to join I-90 at Exit 400. The two miles of Interstate 190 connect I-90 to US 16 in Rapid City.

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