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I-385  South Carolina (link)

42.16 miles [1note]; from I-26 near Clinton, across I-85, to downtown Greenville.

The original I-385 was the 6.21-mile segment north of I-85 leading into Greenville. In 1982 it was extended southward to US 276 near Mauldin, and over an existing section of US 276 to meet I-26. [4note]

The US 276 freeway dates back to the 1960s.

Around 2004, South Carolina widened most of the original portion of Interstate 385 (about 5.8 miles) to six lanes, between I-85 and just west of US 276. [3note] [4note]

There is an I-385 Business spur along E. North Street in Greenville (see photo - GribbleNation).

See also:


I-385 (numbered as another interstate)  Virginia (link)

Once a proposed numbering for part of current I-85 in Petersburg. For more info, see I-795, which was proposed for the same area. [2note]


  1. Route Log and Finder List - Interstate Highways, FHWA, Oct. 31, 2002.
  2. Kozel, Scott
  3. Whitt, Michael. "3di page (Interstate 385)." Email to Kurumi, August 24, 2001.
  4. Reinman, Pher. "I 385 Information." Email to Kurumi, August 20, 2006.