Country Club Road Corridor Project

The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) proposes to improve the County Club Road (S-42-47) corridor in Spartanburg County. The existing corridor is primarily a two-lane roadway that provides a vital connection from the City of Spartanburg at Union Street (SC 56) and S. Pine Street to the Glendale Shoals Community and other areas of Spartanburg County. The project is near the Mary Black Rail Trail trailhead and trails near Glendale Shoals. Glendale Shoals is a 13 acre preserve along the shores of Lawsons Fork Creek and has waterfalls, a meadow and a nature trail. The proposed project plans to widen the existing roadway to meet current design standards, provide operational and safety improvements at key intersections and provide a combination of multi-use path, on-street bicycle facilities and sidewalk to promote bicycle and pedestrian activity.

This project is Federally funded through SPATS and being managed by SCDOT utilizing the Country Club Corridor Study completed in February 2016 with SPATS and Spartanburg County.


Click on the following link to the SCDOT website to view the Country Club Road Corridor Project page.

This site is the best way to keep abreast of all the latest news and updates about the happenings of the CCR project. There are several tabs on the project website. Click on each one to familiarize yourself with the information. If you still have questions, click on the last tab, ‘Contact Us’, and fill out the form and write your questions or concerns in the Comment section and Ms. Penny Phillips will reply to your inquiry.

We get a lot of questions about the project timeline. Note that the 4th tab has the Schedule listed. It will be updated on a continuous basis, as will the rest of the site information. Also, please keep in mind that we are very early in the process for this project. So far, activities that are taking place are Preliminary Engineering activities of surveying, traffic analysis, and some Environmental to work towards developing Alternative Analysis.



Update (April 2, 2015):


Update (April 6, 2015):

  • We had a great turnout for the 1st public meeting! Thank you to the 100 residents, interested citizens, elected officials and advocates who attended the event on April 2nd. Toole Design Group was able to gather extensive knowledge, desires, and expectations for the future of Country Club Road. To read the summary of the findings from this meeting, please download the PDF below!


Update (June 18, 2015):

  • A design workshop will be held June 24 - 25, 2015 with a public presentation on Thursday, June 25th from 6:00pm - 7:30pm at the Glendale Outdoor Leadership School (GOLS). Conceptual designs developed during the workshop will be presented and public feedback received. To see more information, download the Design Workshop Public Presentation Flyer below. We hope to see you there!


Update (Jan 8, 2016):

  • Download the Recommendations Reveal Presentation below to see the slideshow from the Public Reveal on Dec 7, 2015!


Update (Feb 23, 2016):

  • We are pleased to announce that at the Country Club Road Corridor Study was officialy endorsed by the SPATS Policy Committee Meeting on February 8th, 2016. This Study was a comprehensive transportation and land use analysis that resulted in a coordinated set of design solutions that not only responds to the transportation demands of the corridor but also are sensitive to the desires of those who call the corridor home. The Study addresses cars, bicycles, pedestrians, transit, adjacent land uses, the environment, and urban design.


Update (Aug 2018):

  • Check out the Country Club Rd Summer 2018 Newsletter below!


Check out the PDFs and pictures at the bottom of the page for more information about the corridor project!

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