South Carolina Highway 160 - Route Description - Alternate Names

Alternate Names

Though the highway is commonly known as "SC 160" or "Highway 160" throughout the state, the highway does have other known names it uses locally in areas.

  • Fort Mill Highway – road name of highway west of Fort Mill to Lancaster County, though sometimes used interchangeably for entire route.
  • John D. Patterson Memorial Highway – official South Carolina honorary name of SC 160 in Lancaster County.

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