A fading sign welcomes motorists to Bluffton along a sylvan stretch of Bridge Street on Tuesday in this view from the fire station looking toward Bridge Street. The Town of Bluffton is poised to approve connecting two scenic byways, S.C. 46 and All Joy Roads, via Boundary and Bridge Streets to create a Scenic Byway network and to increase its chances of receiving state scenic highway funding and, eventually, achieve a National Scenic Byway designation.
A fading sign welcomes motorists to Bluffton along a sylvan stretch of Bridge Street on Tuesday in this view from the fire station looking toward Bridge Street. The Town of Bluffton is poised to approve connecting two scenic byways, S.C. 46 and All Joy Roads, via Boundary and Bridge Streets to create a Scenic Byway network and to increase its chances of receiving state scenic highway funding and, eventually, achieve a National Scenic Byway designation.
A fading sign welcomes motorists to Bluffton along a sylvan stretch of Bridge Street on Tuesday in this view from the fire station looking toward Bridge Street. The Town of Bluffton is poised to approve connecting two scenic byways, S.C. 46 and All Joy Roads, via Boundary and Bridge Streets to create a Scenic Byway network and to increase its chances of receiving state scenic highway funding and, eventually, achieve a National Scenic Byway designation.

Bluffton council pushes S.C. 46, All Joy Road scenic connection

October 12, 2010 12:00 AM

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