Inside South Carolina Department of Transportation

Toll Roads in South Carolina

Currently there are two toll roads in South Carolina. The Southern Connector is located in Greenville and serves as a southern bypass to I-85. The Cross Island Parkway is located on Hilton Head Island and is an alternate to Hwy 278 for those traveling to the south end of the island.


The Southern Connector:

  • Begins its route at the I-185 and I-85 interchange.
  • Extends southeast crossing SC 20.
  • Turns easterly to cross US 25 south of the Donaldson Center.
  • Continues east and crosses Fork Shoals Road and the Reedy River.
  • Connects to I-385 at SC 276 interchange.

Entrance and exit points include I-85, Rt. 153, SC 20 US 25, Fork Shoals Road, Neely Ferry Road, Standing Springs Road and I-385. To contact the Southern Connector:

Hilton Head Island

The Cross Island Parkway is a 7.5 mile, limited access route that connects the William Hilton Parkway (Business US 278) at the North end of the Island with Palmetto Bay Road and the Sea Pines Circle at the South end of the island. There is an access to mid-island destinations through Marshland Road.

The Service Center can be reached:

  • By calling 843-342-6718 or 888-725-8655 (in State of SC only).
  • Visiting the office at 4 Marshland Lane, Hilton Head, SC 29926. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday.
  • Online at

If you have any questions or comments regarding toll roads in SC, the Toll Operations Center of SCDOT can be reached by calling 803-737-3149 or email us.